Year in Review: Sports in 2015

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Sepp Blatter, le président de la FIFA, qui allait commencer sa conférence de presse, ce lundi à Zurich, a été interrompu par un individu qui s’était fait passer pour un journaliste et qui a lancé une poignée de faux dollars. Blatter à quitté la salle afin qu’elle soit nettoyée avant de revenir quelques minutes plus tard.

Deputy Editor-in-Chief Zack Longboy and Online Editor Ankit Mehra contributed to reporting.

As 2015 draws to a close, it’s time to reflect on the biggest and baddest sports stories of the year so far. From moments that made us laugh and clap to moments that made us gasp for air – and maybe even cry – 2015 was a year rich in emotion and incredible sporting achievements. From corruption claims and scandals to newly set world records, it’s been a year of heartbreaks and triumphs. Here’s a look back at some of the stories that made headlines this year.