The Sportspedia’s Global Podium features the three sportspeople or teams that best achieved excellence in performance last week through their milestones and results.
Gold: Freddy Krueger
(United States of America, Water Skiing)
Krueger won his 14th Masters Water Ski tournament in the Jump Division. He is now tied for first of all-time in terms of wins in the most prestigious water ski tournament in the world.
Silver: Hélio Castro-Neves
(Brazil, Auto Racing)
Hélio knows how to win the Indy 500. This year he is not racing full time yet he still won the Indy 500 for a joint-record fourth time -tied with Foyt, Under and Mears-, now as a Meyer Shank Racing driver.
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Bronze: Jonathan Rea
(Northern Ireland, Motorcycling)
Just as last week: Jonathan Rea keeps on extending his own records at the World Superbike Championship. Again he won two of the three races last weekend, this time in Estoril (POR), where the six-time World Champion had not won before. His wins 102 and 103 extend his all-time win record. He finished third in the first race of the weekend. Scott Redding (ENG) won the race that Rea did not win, again.
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