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The top sports moments to happen within the city itself, including neutral-site matchups such as college bowl games, super bowls, NCAA Tournaments, etc.

The Washington Senators clinched their first and only championship in D.C. with a 4-3, 12-inning victory in Game 7 against the New York Giants. As President Calvin Coolidge and his wife looked on, the Senators' Earl McNeely hit a ground ball that popped up and over Giants' third baseman Freddie Lindstrom's head for a single that allowed Muddy Ruel to head home for the win.

Text: Amanda Younger, SI.com
Photo: APA/Getty Images

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