It is 52 years since Manchester United beat Benfica to win its first European Cup, while Roy Halladay pitched a perfect game for Philadelphia Phillies on this day in 2010.
English giant United lifted the famous trophy thanks to a couple of goals from Bobby Charlton in a 4-1 win at Wembley – its first of three continental triumphs.
As for Halladay, he retired all 27 of Florida Marlins' batters – striking out 11 – en route to hurling a no-hitter at Sun Life Stadium.
Today is also a meaningful date in the history of the Utah Jazz and Sunrisers Hyderabad, who achieved memorable sporting feats on May 29. Join us in looking back on some memorable moments from this day in years gone by.
1968 - Man United prevails at Wembley
Having progressed through four rounds of two-legged ties to reach the final on English soil, United faced the daunting task of taking on Benfica.
The Portuguese heavyweight had won the competition twice before and boasted all-time great striker Eusebio in its ranks.
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But it was Matt Busby's side who took the lead after a goalless first half through Charlton, only for Jaime Graca to equalise for Benfica.
Alex Stepney then produced a big save to deny Eusebio and that proved to be a pivotal moment in the final as George Best, Brian Kidd and Charlton were all on target in extra time.
1997 - Stockton sends Jazz to first NBA Finals
More than two decades on, it is still regarded as arguably the biggest moment in Utah's history.
Trailing the Houston Rockets by 10 points with 2:59 left in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals, the Jazz went on a 17-4 run that culminated in John Stockton's buzzer-beating three-pointer.
He let fly from 26 feet and found the target to earn the Jazz a dramatic 103-100 victory, setting up a showdown with Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls.
It was the first time Utah had reached the Finals, though it ultimately ended in heartbreak as the Bulls battled to a 90-86 win on home soil.
2010 - Halladay's perfect game
Halladay is one of only 23 people to have pitched the perfect game in Major League Baseball history, doing so in style on a steamy night in south Florida.
What makes the achievement all the more incredible, though, is that it came in just his 11th start for the Phillies after being traded by the Toronto Blue Jays.
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He needed no more than 12 pitches in any inning except the seventh, throwing 115 in total, 72 for strikes. Of his 11 strikeouts, four came by way of sinkers.
Halladay's perfect pitch came 20 days after the Oakland Athletics' Dallas Braden had done likewise – the shortest span between two perfect games since 1880.
2016 - Hyderabad emerges victorious in high-scoring final
With David Warner leading from the front, Hyderabad won its maiden Indian Premier League title with an eight-run win over Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Warner top-scored with 69 off 38 balls and Ben Cutting registered an unbeaten 39 off 15 in Hyderabad's 208-7 at Bangalore's M Chinnaswamy Stadium.
The skipper then stepped up by marshalling his bowlers as they held off an onslaught, the hosts finishing just short with their reply of 200-7.
It was the third final Bangalore had lost, having also done so in 2009 and 2011, while Hyderabad reached the final again in 2018 but lost to Chennai Super Kings.