Years in sports

2007 in sports

2007 in sports describes the year's events in world sport.

Alpine skiing

American football

Association football

Main article: 2007 in association football

Australian rules football

Athletics

Main article: 2007 in athletics (track and field)

Badminton

Baseball

Main article: 2007 in baseball

Oregon State Beavers win back to back National Championships.

Seoul Shrubbery defeat the defend champions Singapore Sushi 1,300-1,212 to capture their first ever Periwinkle Feather.

Basketball

Main article: 2007 in basketball

Biathlon

Boxing

Canadian football

Cricket

Cross-country skiing

Main article: 2007 in cross-country skiing

Curling

Cycling

Grand Tours:

Darts

Field hockey

Figure skating

Floorball

Gliding

Golf

Men's professional

Men's amateur

Women's professional

Handball

Horse racing

Steeplechases

Flat races

Ice hockey

Judo

Lacrosse

Luge

Mixed martial arts

The following is a list of major noteworthy MMA events during 2007 in chronological order.

Date Event Alternate Name/s Location Attendance PPV Buyrate Notes January 19 IFL: OaklandOakland, California, USA — — Start of 2007 IFL Season. January 20 WEC 25: McCullough vs. CopeOakland, California, USA — — First WEC event under Zuffa ownership. January 25 UFC Fight Night: Rashad Evans vs Sean Salmon UFC Fight Night: Evans vs Salmon UFC Fight Night 8 Hollywood, Florida, USA — — — February 2 IFL: HoustonHouston, Texas, USA — — — February 3 UFC 67: All or NothingLas Vegas, Nevada, USA 10,227 350,000 (Min.) 400,000 (Max.) — February 10 Strikeforce: Young GunsSan Jose, California, USA 3,169 — — February 10 EliteXC DestinySouthaven, Mississippi, USA 7,200 — EliteXC's first event. February 10 Cage Rage 20: Born 2 Fight — London, England — — — February 23 IFL: AtlantaDuluth, Georgia, USA — — — February 24 Pride 33: The Second ComingLas Vegas, Nevada, USA 12,911 — — March 3 UFC 68: The UprisingColumbus, Ohio, USA 19,049 534,000 — March 12 K-1 Hero's 8Nagoya, Japan — — — March 12 IFL: Los AngelesInglewood, California, USA — — — March 24 WEC 26: Condit vs. AlessioLas Vegas, Nevada, USA 1,819 — — April 5 UFC Fight Night: Stevenson vs Guillard UFC Fight Night 9 Las Vegas, Nevada, USA 1,734 — — April 7 IFL: MolineMoline, Illinois, USA — — — April 7 UFC 69: ShootoutHouston, Texas, USA 15,269 400,000 — April 8 Pride 34: KamikazeSaitama, Japan — — Last Pride FC event. April 13 IFL: ConnecticutUncasville, Connecticut, USA — — — April 21 UFC 70: Nations CollideManchester, England 15,114 — — April 21 Cage Rage 21: Judgement Day — London, England — — — May 12 WEC 27: Marshall vs. McElfreshLas Vegas, Nevada, USA — — — May 19 IFL: ChicagoHoffman Estates, Illinois, USA — — — May 26 UFC 71: Liddell vs. JacksonLas Vegas, Nevada, USA 14,728 675,000 — June 1 IFL: EverettEverett, Washington, USA — — — June 2 SoftBank presents Dynamite!! USA Dynamite!! USA Los Angeles, California, USA 18,340 35,000 — June 3 WEC 28: Faber vs. FarrarLas Vegas, Nevada, USA — — — June 12 UFC Fight Night: Stout vs Fisher UFC Fight Night 10 Hollywood, Florida, USA — — — June 16 IFL: Las VegasHollywood, Florida, USA — — — June 16 UFC 72: VictoryBelfast, Northern Ireland, UK 7,850 200,000 — June 22 Strikeforce: Shamrock vs. BaroniSan Jose, California, USA 9,672 35,000 — June 23 The Ultimate Fighter 5 FinaleLas Vegas, Nevada, USA — — — June 23 CFFC V: Two Worlds, One CageAtlantic City, New Jersey, USA 7,286 — — June 7 UFC 73: StackedSacramento, California, USA 13,183 425,000 — June 16 K-1 Hero's 9Yokohama, Japan — — — June 27 ShoXC 1Santa Ynez, California, USA — — — August 2 IFL: 2007 SemifinalsEast Rutherford, New Jersey, USA — — — August 5 WEC 29: Condit vs. LarsonLas Vegas, Nevada, USA — — — August 25 ShoXC 2Vicksburg, Mississippi, USA — — — August 25 UFC 74: RespectLas Vegas, Nevada, USA 11,118 520,000 — September 1 Art of War 3: USA vs BrazilDallas, Texas, USA — — — September 5 WEC 30: McCullough vs. CrunkiltonLas Vegas, Nevada, USA — — — September 8 UFC 75: Champion vs. Champion — London, England 16,235 — — September 15 EliteXC: UprisingOahu, Hawaii, USA — — — September 17 K-1 Hero's 10Yokohama, Japan — — — September 19 UFC Fight Night: Din Thomas vs Kenny Florian UFC Fight Night: Thomas vs Florian UFC Fight Night 11 Las Vegas, Nevada, USA — — — September 20 IFL: 2007 ChampionshipHollywood, Florida, USA — — End of 2007 IFL Season. September 22 UFC 76: KnockoutAnaheim, California, USA 13,770 475,000 — September 22 Cage Rage 23: Unbelievable — London, England — — — September 29 Strikeforce: Playboy Mansion — Los Angeles, California, USA 3,569 — — October 20 UFC 77: Hostile TerritoryCincinnati, Ohio, USA 16,054 325,000 — October 26 ShoXC 3Santa Ynez, California, USA — — — October 28 K-1 Hero's Korea 2007Seoul, South Korea — — Last K-1 Hero's event. November 10 EliteXC: RenegadeCorpus Christi, Texas, USA — — — November 16 Strikeforce: Four Men Enter, One Man SurvivesSan Jose, California, USA 7,249 — — November 17 UFC 78: ValidationNewark, New Jersey, USA 14,071 400,000 — December 1 Cage Rage 24: Feel the Pain — London, England — — — December 8 The Ultimate Fighter: Team Hughes vs Team Serra Finale The Ultimate Fighter 6 Finale Las Vegas, Nevada, USA — — — December 12 WEC 31: Faber vs. CurranLas Vegas, Nevada, USA — — — December 29 UFC 79: NemesisLas Vegas, Nevada, USA 11,075 750,000+ — December 31 K-1 PREMIUM 2007 Dynamite!!Osaka, Japan 47,928 — Event featured seven MMA bouts and eight K-1 kickboxing bouts. December 31 Yarennoka!Saitama, Japan 27,128 — Under a collaboration promotion of Pride FC, M-1 Global, and FEG.

Motorsport

Main articles: 2007 in motorsport and List of 2007 motorsport champions

Nordic combined

Orienteering

Rink hockey

Rugby league

Main article: 2007 in rugby league

Rugby union

Main article: 2007 in rugby union

Domestic competitions

Skeleton

Ski jumping

Snooker

Snowboarding

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Speed skating

Main article: 2007 in speed skating

Swimming

Taekwondo

Tennis

Volleyball

Water polo

Weightlifting

Multi-sport events

References

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