What happened on January 30 and why is it important? A new day, a new opportunity to make some money. Boost your gambling luck with calendar gambling. The meaning of calendar gambling is that you check what was happening on the actual day thorough history and you adjust your gambling to these things. Fortunately, through online sportsbooks in the US, you can gamble on basically anything.
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What happened in 1994. January 30
On this day there were two important sports events happening. Peter Leko won his grandmaster title, actually being the youngest grandmaster in chess with the age of 14. If you are interested in chess scandals you can read my collection, which I am extending from time to time. On 1xbet you can check what chess events you can gamble on and draw the right conclusions.
Skating world record happened on January 30
San Jansens sets a new world record on this day with a time of 35.76 sec on 500 meters at the World Sprint Championships in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. On the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo Jansen was the youngest skater and was in fourth place at the 500-meter category. In 1988 a serious tragedy happened to Jansen. His sister died of leukemia on the day when Jansen was scheduled for the 500-meter final race. Jansen was giving in everything to win for the honor of her sister, Jane. However, about a hundred meters from the finish he fell on the ice. His upcoming races were not more successful or lucky. Possibly he was really messed up in his head. At the 1000-meter event, he fell again and left Calgary without a medal.
Things turned around for Jansen in 1992, December when he was the first man to skate five hundred meters in less than 36 seconds. He was setting a new world record of 35.92, however, he wouldn’t want to stop there. January 30, 1993, he broke the world record again for the sixth time. 1994 on the Lillehammer Winter Olympics he slipped again on the five hundred meter track. However, he was great on the 1,000 meters race. He could finish with 1:12.43, finally bringing home Olympic gold. After this success, he retired from competitive skating. Through online sportsbooks in the US, you can find many options to make bets on the speedskating world championship that is only starting in a few days.
American president escapes assassination
It’s happened in 1835, that American president Andrew Jackson was taking part in a congressional funeral. As the ceremony ended Jackson was leaving the House chamber of the Capitol. However, he didn’t know that Richard Lawrence, an unemployed housepainter has different plans for him for this day. Here happened, that Lawrence shot at him in the building but his gun misfired. Jackson got really upset from this attempt and confronted his attacker. What happened on January 30, 1835, after this is pretty crazy.
Oh, those good old days. The president didn’t need the assistance of 30 bodyguards, he wasn’t running to the army for help with his tail between his legs. No, he walked to Lawrence and gave him a good beating with his walking cane. Lawrence did another sneaky attempt and pulled a second shot with another loaded pistol. While being beaten to the future his aiming skills were not really at the top and he missed again. This is the time when the aides of the president arrived and wrestled Lawrence away from him. The president was not harmed at all but was very angry and a bit paranoid afterward. The odds of both guns to be misfired from this close distance is about one in 125,000.
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