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Local derby

A sports rivalry is intense competition between athletic teams or athletes. This pressure of competition is felt by players, coaches, and management, but is perhaps felt strongest by the fans. The intensity of the rivalry varies from a friendly competition on one end to serious violence on the other that, in one case (the Football War), was suggested to have led to military confs owners typically encourage rivalries as they tend to improve game attendance and television ratings for rivalry matches, but a rivalry that gets out of control can lead to fighting, hooliganism, rioting and some, with career-ending or even fatal consequences. Often the topic of sports rivalries is as heated and controversial as politics and religion.

Rivalries stem from various sources. Simple geographic proximity as well as frequent meetings in important games can lead to rivalries. Games between two rivals of close geographical proximity are usually called a local derby, or simply just derby (UK: ; or AUS/US: ; ); a sporting fixture between two teams from the same town, city or region, particularly in association football. The phrase most likely originated from The Derby, a horse race in England, founded by the 12th Earl of Derby in 1780, since at least as early as 1840 'derby' has been used as a noun in English to denote any kind of sporting contest.[1] Another widely reported theory, though not accepted by the Oxford English Dictionary, is that the phrase came about from the city of Derby itself. It was renowned as the site of a chaotic and exuberant game that involved the whole town and often resulted in fatalities. The goals were at Nuns Mill in the north and the Gallows Balk in the south of the town, and much of the action took place in the River Derwent or the Markeaton Brook. Nominally the players came from All Saints' and St Peter's parishes, but in practice the game was a free-for-all with as many as 1,000 players. A Frenchman who observed the match in 1829 wrote in horror, 'if Englishmen call this play, it would be impossible to say what they call fighting'. The traditional Shrovetide football match is commonplace in the town of Ashbourne, Derbyshire."[2]

Compared to other parts of the world, true local derbies are rare in the United States and Canada, where the term crosstown rivalry is used to describe a rivalry between two teams in the same metropolitan area. Even those rivalries that can be considered "local derbies" due to geographic proximity often feature teams that primarily draw supporters from distinct geographic communities, largely because professional sports teams do not want to have to draw from the same people, so that each person has more money to spend on their team instead of dividing it among multiple teams. This is especially true for rivalries in the greater New York City area; while some local rivals may play home games less than 10 miles (16 km) apart, they represent distinct geographical communities. Two examples are the three-way rivalry between the New York Rangers (representing New York City), New York Islanders (representing Long Island), the New Jersey Devils, and formerly the Hartford Whalers (Connecticut) in the National Hockey League, and the former New York Knicks-New Jersey Nets rivalry in the National Basketball Association. The Knicks-Nets contest may develop into a full derby since the current Brooklyn Nets play in the New York borough of Brooklyn, an area also within the Knicks' fan base. A similar situation exists in the San Francisco Bay Area for baseball and American football; while the San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics are based in very close proximity, as are the San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders, their supporter bases are somewhat geographically distinct, separated by San Francisco Bay. Additionally, in Los Angeles, there are rivalries such as the Los Angeles Dodgers versus the Los Angeles Angels, based in Anaheim, in Major League Baseball. Minor leagues, being regional by their nature, feature numerous regional rivalries, some of which (e.g. the Staten Island Yankees vs. the Brooklyn Cyclones) are true crosstown rivalries.

Social and political tensions can also be played out by proxy in a sports rivalry, as when the Indo–Pakistani political conflict spills over to an India–Pakistan cricket match, or when Glasgow's sectarian differences are expressed in the CelticRangers derby (known as the Old Firm derby). The Old Firm is regarded as the biggest and most fierce rivalry in sports. Rivalries of the friendlier sort are common between college athletic programs in the United States and often involve pranks that rival student bodies play on each other, such as stealing the other school's mascot or painting school colors somewhere on the opposing school's campus.

In some leagues, the match between the rivalries are officially regarded as important games and the winner gets an unusual prize (i.e. grill, trophy, high-definition television, etc.)


  • American football 1
    • National Football League 1.1
      • Individual 1.1.1
    • College football 1.2
    • Mexican football 1.3
  • Australian rules football 2
  • Athletics 3
    • Individual 3.1
    • Team 3.2
  • Association football 4
  • Badminton 5
  • Baseball 6
    • Dominican Republic 6.1
    • Japan 6.2
    • Major League Baseball 6.3
    • Mexico 6.4
      • Mexican Baseball League 6.4.1
      • Mexican Pacific League 6.4.2
  • Basketball 7
    • Bulgaria 7.1
    • Cyprus 7.2
    • Croatia 7.3
    • France 7.4
    • Germany 7.5
    • Greece 7.6
    • Israel 7.7
    • Italy 7.8
    • Lithuania 7.9
    • Macedonia 7.10
    • Philippines 7.11
    • Poland 7.12
    • Portugal 7.13
    • Romania 7.14
    • Russian Federation 7.15
    • Serbia 7.16
    • Slovenia 7.17
    • Spain 7.18
    • Ukraine 7.19
    • United States & Canada 7.20
      • National Basketball Association 7.20.1
        • Individuals
    • Turkey 7.21
  • Bodybuilding 8
  • Boxing 9
    • Individual 9.1
    • Team 9.2
  • Canadian football 10
  • College sport 11
  • Cricket 12
    • International 12.1
    • Other 12.2
  • Cue sports 13
  • Curling 14
  • Cycling 15
  • Darts 16
  • Diving 17
  • Field hockey 18
  • Figure skating 19
  • Golf 20
  • Gymnastics 21
  • Horse racing 22
  • Ice hockey 23
    • National Hockey League 23.1
    • Kontinental Hockey League 23.2
    • European leagues 23.3
      • Czech Republic 23.3.1
      • Finland 23.3.2
        • Inter-city rivalries
      • Poland 23.3.3
      • Slovakia 23.3.4
      • Sweden 23.3.5
      • Switzerland 23.3.6
      • United Kingdom 23.3.7
    • International 23.4
  • Lacrosse 24
  • Martial arts 25
    • Mixed martial arts 25.1
  • Motorsport 26
    • Manufacturers, cars, teams 26.1
    • Drivers 26.2
  • Netball 27
  • Rugby league 28
    • Australia & New Zealand 28.1
      • National Rugby League 28.1.1
      • State of Origin 28.1.2
    • United Kingdom 28.2
    • International Rugby League 28.3
  • Rugby union 29
    • Club Rugby Union 29.1
      • France 29.1.1
      • Ireland 29.1.2
      • Italy 29.1.3
      • Poland 29.1.4
      • Romania 29.1.5
      • United Kingdom 29.1.6
    • International Rugby Union 29.2
  • Sailing 30
  • Speedway 31
    • Poland 31.1
  • Surfing 32
  • Swimming 33
  • Tennis 34
  • See also 35
  • References 36
  • External links 37

American football

National Football League


1st party 2nd party timespan article Source
Jerry Rice Deion Sanders 1989–1996 [3]
Tom Brady Peyton Manning 2000– Brady–Manning rivalry
Lafayette won the 142nd edition of "The Rivalry" against Lehigh

College football

Mexican football

ONEFA/CONADEIP (National College Association of American Football/National College Sports Comision of Private Institutions)[4]

Australian rules football



1st party 2nd party timespan article Source
Steve Ovett Sebastian Coe [7]
Usain Bolt Tyson Gay [8]
Asafa Powell Tyson Gay [9][10]
Dayron Robles Liu Xiang 2007–2015 [11]
Joan Benoit Grete Waitz [12]
Usain Bolt Justin Gatlin [13]
Usain Bolt Yohan Blake [14]
Ben Johnson Carl Lewis –1988 [15]
Veronica Campbell-Brown Allyson Felix 2004– [16]
Ondina Valla Claudia Testoni 1932–1940 Testoni–Valla rivalry [17]
Luigi Facelli David Burghley 1927–1933 [18]


1st party 2nd party timespan article Source
Finland Sweden 1925– Finland-Sweden athletics international
Jamaica United States [19][20][21]

Association football



Dominican Republic


Major League Baseball


Mexican Baseball League

Mexican Pacific League
















Russian Federation





United States & Canada

National Basketball Association

1st party 2nd party timespan article Source
Bill Russell Wilt Chamberlain 19591969 [32]
Larry Bird Magic Johnson 19791991 [32]



1st party 2nd party timespan article Source
Arnold Schwarzenegger Sergio Oliva [33]



1st party 2nd party timespan article Source
Muhammad Ali Joe Frazier 1971–1975 Fight of the Century
Ali-Frazier II
Thrilla in Manila
Sugar Ray Leonard Roberto Duran 1980–1989 The No Mas Fight [35]
Manny Pacquiao Floyd Mayweather, Jr. 1999–present Mayweather vs. Pacquiao


1st party 2nd party timespan article Source
Mexico Puerto Rico 1930s–2010s Puerto Rican-Mexican boxing rivalry

Canadian football

1st party 2nd party timespan article Source
Hamilton Tiger-Cats Toronto Argonauts 1873–present Harold Ballard Trophy [36][37]
Winnipeg Blue Bombers Saskatchewan Roughriders 1936–present Banjo Bowl [38]
Edmonton Eskimos Calgary Stampeders 1949–present Battle of Alberta [39]

College sport



1st party 2nd party timespan article Source
Australia England 1877–present The Ashes [40]
India Pakistan 1947–present India–Pakistan cricket rivalry [41][42]
India England 1932–present Pataudi Trophy [43]
Australia South Africa 1902–present N/A [44]
Australia India 1947–present Border–Gavaskar Trophy [45][46][47]
Australia New Zealand 1946–present Chappell–Hadlee Trophy [48]
USA Canada 1844–present Auty Cup


1st party 2nd party timespan article Source
Chennai Super Kings Mumbai Indians 2008–present Chennai Super Kings–Mumbai Indians rivalry
Chennai Super Kings Royal Challengers Bangalore 2008–present Chennai Super Kings–Royal Challengers Bangalore rivalry
Karnataka Tamil nadu 1947–present South Indian Derby [49]
Sydney Sixers Sydney Thunder 2011–present Sydney Derby
Royal College, Colombo S. Thomas' College, Mt Lavinia 1879–present Royal–Thomian [50]
Middlesex Surrey London derby [51]
Lancashire Yorkshire War of the Roses [52]
Warwickshire Worcestershire West Midlands derby [53]

Cue sports

1st party 2nd party Discipline timespan Source
Willie Mosconi Rudolph Wanderone, Jr. Pool [54][55][56]


1st party 2nd party timespan article Source
Glenn Howard Kevin Martin [57]
Jennifer Jones Kelly Scott [58]


1st party 2nd party Discipline timespan Source
Gino Bartali Fausto Coppi road racing 1940–1956 [59]
Jacques Anquetil Raymond Poulidor road racing [60]
Greg LeMond Bernard Hinault road racing 1984—1986 [61]
Greg LeMond Laurent Fignon road racing [62]
Graeme Obree Chris Boardman track cycling [63]
Francesco Moser Beppe Saronni road racing 1978–1986 [64][65]
Lance Armstrong Marco Pantani road racing 2000 [66][67]
Anna Meares Victoria Pendleton track cycling —2012 [68][69][70]
Alberto Contador Andy Schleck road racing [71][72][73]
Fabian Cancellara Tom Boonen road racing 2006— [74]
Chris Hoy Grégory Baugé track cycling 2009—2012 [75]
Laura Trott Sarah Hammer track cycling 2012— [76]
Mark Cavendish Marcel Kittel road racing [77]
Chris Froome Alberto Contador road racing 2013— [78]


1st party 2nd party timespan Source
Jocky Wilson Eric Bristow 1980–1989 [32]


1st party 2nd party timespan Article Source
Qiu Bo Tom Daley [79]

Field hockey

1st party 2nd party timespan Article Source
India Pakistan 1947 – present India–Pakistan field hockey rivalry [80]

Figure skating

1st party 2nd party timespan Source
Maya Usova
Alexander Zhulin
Oksana Grishuk
Evgeny Platov
1992–1994 [81]
Nancy Kerrigan Tonya Harding ?–1994 [32]
Kim Yuna Mao Asada 2004–present [82]


1st party 2nd party 3rd party timespan Article Source
United States Europe Ryder Cup [83]
Arnold Palmer Jack Nicklaus 1958–1980 [83]
Ben Hogan Sam Snead 1938– [83]
Tiger Woods Phil Mickelson [83][84][85]
Walter Hagen Bobby Jones 1914–1930 [83]
Jack Nicklaus Tom Watson 1977–1982 [83]
Mickey Wright Kathy Whitworth 1958–1973 [83]
Ben Hogan Byron Nelson [86]
Greg Norman Tim Finchem [86]
Oklahoma State Cowboys Houston Cougars [86]
J.H. Taylor Harry Vardon James Braid Great Triumvirate [86]
Glenna Collett Vare Joyce Wethered [87]
Walter Hagen Gene Sarazen [87]
Greg Norman Nick Faldo [87]
Lee Trevino Jack Nicklaus [87]
Pádraig Harrington Sergio García [88]
Annika Sörenstam Karrie Webb [88]
Paul Runyan Sam Snead [88]
Seve Ballesteros Paul Azinger [88]
Willie Park, Sr. Tom Morris [89]
Ben Hogan
Byron Nelson
Harvie Ward
Ken Venturi
Tom Watson Gary McCord [90]
Tom Kite Ben Crenshaw [90]
Seve Ballesteros Deane Beman [90]
Louise Suggs Babe Zaharias 1948–1954 [90]
Jack Nicklaus Tom Weiskopf [91]
Johnny Miller Nick Faldo [91]
Rory Sabbatini Ben Crane [91]
Colin Montgomerie Sandy Lyle [91]


1st party 2nd party timespan Source
United States China [92]
Japan China —present [93]

Horse racing

1st party 2nd party timespan Source
Seabiscuit War Admiral 1938 [94]
Affirmed Alydar 1978 [95]
Sunday Silence Easy Goer 1989 [96]
Hurricane Fly

`Jezki 2014

Ice hockey

National Hockey League

Kontinental Hockey League

European leagues

Czech Republic


Inter-city rivalries





United Kingdom


1st party 2nd party timespan article Source
Canada Russia 1954, but especially after 1972, to present Soviet Union national ice hockey team [105]
Canada men USA men 1920 to present Canada–United States sports rivalries [106]
Canada women USA women 1990 to present Canada–United States sports rivalries [107]
Finland Sweden 1932 to present [108][109]
Czech Republic Russia 1954, but especially after 1968, to present [110]


1st party 2nd party timespan article Source
Cornell Princeton 1922–present Cornell–Princeton lacrosse rivalry [111]
Johns Hopkins Loyola (MD) 1939–present Johns Hopkins–Loyola rivalry [112][113][114]
Johns Hopkins Maryland 1895–present Johns Hopkins–Maryland rivalry [115]

Martial arts

1st party 2nd party timespan Article Source
Kim Jae-Bum Ole Bischof 2008– Judo [12]
Anton Geesink Akio Kaminaga 1964 Judo [12]

Mixed martial arts

1st party 2nd party timespan Article Source
Fedor Emelianenko Rodrigo Minotauro [116]
Matt Hughes B.J. Penn [116]
Chuck Liddell Tito Ortiz Chuck Liddell vs. Tito Ortiz [116]
Chuck Liddell Randy Couture Randy Couture vs. Chuck Liddell [116]
Tito Ortiz Ken Shamrock [116]
Jose Landi
Wanderlei Silva
Maurício Shogun
Anderson Silva
(Chute Boxe)
Rodrigo Minotauro
Murilo Bustamante
Vitor Belfort
Rogério Minotouro
(Top Team)
Quinton Jackson Wanderlei Silva Wanderlei Silva vs. Quinton Jackson [116]
Brock Lesnar Frank Mir [117]
Dominick Cruz Urijah Faber [117]
Ronda Rousey Miesha Tate [117]
Chael Sonnen Anderson Silva [117]
Michael Chandler Eddie Alvarez [117]
Frankie Edgar Gray Maynard [117]
Gilbert Melendez Josh Thomson [117]
Tim Sylvia Andrei Arlovski [117]
Cain Velasquez Junior dos Santos [117]
Matt Serra Georges St-Pierre [117]
Conor McGregor José Aldo [118]


Manufacturers, cars, teams

1st party 2nd party Discipline timespan Article Source
Bugatti Bentley Sports car racing [119]
Mercedes-Benz Auto Union Grand Prix 1934–1939 Silver Arrows [120]
Ferrari Alfa Romeo Formula One [121]
Jaguar Cars Mercedes-Benz Sports car racing 1955 See also: 1955 Le Mans disaster [122]
Ford Ferrari Sports car racing 1962–1967 [123]
Shelby Cobra Ferrari 250 GTO Sports car racing 1963–1965 [119]
Ford Mustang Chevrolet Camaro Trans-Am Series [124]
Petty Enterprises Wood Brothers Racing Sprint Cup Series [125]
Nissan Skyline GT-R Mazda R100 and RX-3 Touring car racing 1969–1973 [126]
McLaren Ferrari Formula One [119][127][128]
Bigfoot Grave Digger monster truck [129]
Chip Ganassi Racing Penske Racing CART
IndyCar Series
Sprint Cup Series
Ford Galaxie and Ford Falcon Mini British Touring Car Championship 1960s [131]
Team Losi Team Associated Radio controlled car racing 1988— [132]
Hendrick Motorsports Penske Racing Sprint Cup Series 1989— [133]
Holden Ford Australia Australian Touring Car Championship
V8 Supercars
Ford Sierra RS Cosworth BMW M3 Touring car racing 1987–1992 [119]
Spirit of America Formula Shell LSRV ThrustSSC Land speed record 1996−1997 [135]
Audi Peugeot Sports car racing 2007–2011 [136]


1st party 2nd party Discipline timespan Article Source
Malcolm Campbell Henry Segrave Land speed record 1926—1930 [137][138]
John Cobb George Eyston Land speed record 1937—1939 [139][140]
Tazio Nuvolari Achille Varzi Grand Prix [141]
Juan Manuel Fangio Stirling Moss Formula One 1954—1957 [142]
Piero Taruffi Felice Bonetto Formula One
Grand Prix
Sports car racing
—1953 [143]
Tommy Sopwith Jack Sears British Saloon Car Championship 1958 [131]
Art Arfons Craig Breedlove Land speed record 1964—1966 [144][145][146]
Phil Read Bill Ivy Grand Prix motorcycling 1968 [147]
Giacomo Agostini Mike Hailwood Grand Prix motorcycling 1965—1967 [148]
Jo Siffert Pedro Rodríguez Formula One
Sports car racing
1970—1971 [149]
Niki Lauda James Hunt Formula One 1976—1977 [150]
Ayrton Senna Terry Fullerton Karting World Championship 1978—1980 [151][152][153]
Barry Sheene Kenny Roberts Grand Prix motorcycling 1978—1982 [154]
Alan Jones Carlos Reutemann Formula One 1981 [155]
Didier Pironi Gilles Villeneuve Formula One 1982 [156]
Nigel Mansell Nelson Piquet Formula One 1986—1987 [32]
Wayne Rainey Kevin Schwantz Grand Prix motorcycling 1986—1993 [157]
Alain Prost Ayrton Senna Formula One 1988—1991, 1993 [158][159]
Rod Millen Nobuhiro Tajima Hillclimbing 1990s—2000 [160][161]
Carl Fogarty Scott Russell Superbike World Championship 1992—1994 [162]
Damon Hill Michael Schumacher Formula One 1994—1996 [119]
Loris Capirossi Tetsuya Harada Grand Prix motorcycling 1998 [147]
Niall Mackenzie Steve Hislop British Superbike Championship 1998 [147]
Neil Hodgson Aaron Slight Superbike World Championship 1998 [147]
Matt Neal Jason Plato British Touring Car Championship [163]
Mika Häkkinen Michael Schumacher Formula One 1998—2001 [164]
Lewis Hamilton Fernando Alonso Formula One 2007 [165]
Dario Franchitti Scott Dixon IndyCar 2007, 2009—2013 [166]
Sebastian Vettel Fernando Alonso Formula One 2010—2013 [167]
Lewis Hamilton Nico Rosberg Formula One 2014— [168]
Chris Walker Neil Hodgson British Superbike Championship 2000 [147]
Ben Spies Mat Mladin AMA Superbike Championship 2000—2008 [147]
Valentino Rossi Max Biaggi Grand Prix motorcycling 2000—2006 [169]
Valentino Rossi Sete Gibernau Grand Prix motorcycling [170]
Richard Petty David Pearson Winston Cup [171][172]
Richard Petty Bobby Allison Winston Cup [173]
Richard Petty Cale Yarborough Winston Cup 1979 Daytona 500 [3]
Cale Yarborough Bobby Allison
Donnie Allison
Winston Cup [174]
Darrell Waltrip Cale Yarborough
Bobby Allison
Winston Cup [175]
Jeff Gordon Dale Earnhardt Winston Cup 1994—2001 [176]
Dale Earnhardt Geoff Bodine Winston Cup [177]
Bobby Allison Junior Johnson Winston Cup [178]
Jimmy Spencer Kurt Busch Winston Cup [178]
Jeff Gordon Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup Series [179]
Carl Edwards Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup Series [180]
Kurt Busch Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup Series [181]
A. J. Foyt Mario Andretti American Championship Car Racing [182]
Don Prudhomme Tom McEwen NHRA funny car drag racing [183]
Gary Bettenhausen Larry Dickson USAC Sprint Car Series
USAC Championship Car Series


1st party 2nd party timespan Article Source
Australian Netball Diamonds New Zealand Silver Ferns 1963–, especially 1996–present [185]

Rugby league

Australia & New Zealand

National Rugby League

1st party 2nd party timespan Article Source
Brisbane Broncos North Queensland Cowboys 1995 to present [186]
Brisbane Broncos Gold Coast Titans 2007 to present South East Queensland derby [187]
Canberra Raiders Wests Tigers 1989 to present [188]
Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs Parramatta Eels 1970s to present [189]
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Wests Tigers 1970s to present [190]
Melbourne Storm St George Illawarra Dragons 1998 to present [191]
Melbourne Storm Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 1998 to present Manly–Melbourne NRL rivalry [192]
Melbourne Storm New Zealand Warriors 1998 to present [193]
Newcastle Knights Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 1988 to present [194]
South Sydney Rabbitohs Sydney Roosters 1908 to present [195]

State of Origin

1st party 2nd party timespan Article Source
Queensland Maroons New South Wales Blues First Rivalry Era 1908 to 1979, Modern Rivalry Era 1980 to present [196]

United Kingdom

International Rugby League

1st party 2nd party timespan Article Source
Australian Kangaroos New Zealand Kiwis 1908 to present [197]
Australian Kangaroos Great Britain Lions 1908 to present [198]
New Zealand Kiwis Great Britain Lions 1895 to present [199]

Rugby union

Club Rugby Union


1st party 2nd party timespan Derby name Source
Racing 92 Stade Français 1892–present Paris derby [200]
Stade Français Stade Toulousain 1903–present French Derby or Le derby des Stades [201]
Bayonne Biarritz Basque derby [202]
Brive Clermont Massif Central derby [203]


1st party 2nd party timespan Article Source
Leinster Munster 1875–present History of rugby union matches between Leinster and Munster [204]
University College Dublin Dublin University The Colours Match


1st party 2nd party timespan Derby name Source
Benetton Treviso Zebre 2012–present Italian derby [205]



1st party 2nd party timespan Article Source
CSA Steaua Bucureşti CS Dinamo Bucureşti Eternal derby

United Kingdom

International Rugby Union

1st party 2nd party timespan Article Source
 New Zealand All Blacks  South Africa Springboks 1921 to present History of rugby union matches between New Zealand and South Africa [206]
 New Zealand All Blacks  Australia Wallabies 1903 to present History of rugby union matches between Australia and New Zealand
Bledisloe Cup
 New Zealand All Blacks  Wales 1905 to present History of rugby union matches between New Zealand and Wales [207]
 England  Wales 1881 to present History of rugby union matches between England and Wales [206]


1st party 2nd party timespan Article Source
Alinghi BMW Oracle Racing −2010 2010 America's Cup [208]
Ben Ainslie Jonas Høgh-Christensen −2012 [209][210]




1st party 2nd party timespan article Source
Kelly Slater Andy Irons 2002–2010 [211]
Tom Curren Mark Occhilupo [211]


1st party 2nd party timespan Article Source
Eleanor Simmonds Victoria Arlen 2012–present [212][213]
Michael Phelps Ryan Lochte 2004–2012 [214]
Alexander Popov Gary Hall Jr. 1996 [12]
Kosuke Kitajima Brendan Hansen 2001– [215]
Leisel Jones Rebecca Soni 2008 [12]
Shirley Babashoff East German swimming team 1976 [12]
Michael Phelps
Ryan Lochte
Tyler Clary 2008–present [216]
Michael Phelps Milorad Čavić 2008–2012 [217][218][219]


1st party 2nd party timespan Article Source
Roger Federer Rafael Nadal 2004– Federer–Nadal rivalry [220][221][222][223][224]
Andre Agassi Pete Sampras 1989–2002 Agassi–Sampras rivalry [225]
Björn Borg John McEnroe 1978–1981 Borg–McEnroe rivalry [226]
Ivan Lendl John McEnroe 1980–1992 Lendl–McEnroe rivalry [227]
Jimmy Connors Ivan Lendl 1979–1992 Connors–Lendl rivalry [228]
Jimmy Connors John McEnroe 1977–1991 Connors–McEnroe rivalry [229]
Steffi Graf Monica Seles 1989–1999 Graf–Seles rivalry [230]
Chris Evert Martina Navratilova 1975–1988 Evert–Navratilova rivalry [231][232]
Margaret Court Billie Jean King 1962–1973 [233]
Steffi Graf Martina Navratilova 1985–1994 Graf–Navratilova rivalry [234]
Chris Evert Hana Mandlikova 1980–1989 Evert–Mandlikova rivalry [235]
Chris Evert Evonne Goolagong Cawley 1972–1983 [236]
Serena Williams Venus Williams 1998– Williams sisters rivalry [237]
Kim Clijsters Justine Henin 1998–2010 Clijsters–Henin rivalry [238]
Steffi Graf Gabriela Sabatini 1985–95 Graf–Sabatini rivalry [239]
Martina Hingis Venus Williams 1997–2006 Hingis–V. Williams rivalry [240]
Lindsay Davenport Venus Williams 1997–2005 [241]
Steffi Graf Arantxa Sánchez Vicario 1988–1996 [242]
Novak Djokovic Andy Murray 2006– Djokovic–Murray rivalry [243]
Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal 2006– Djokovic–Nadal rivalry [244]
Rod Laver Ken Rosewall 1968–1976 [245]
Andy Murray Rafael Nadal 2007– Murray–Nadal rivalry [246]
Novak Djokovic Roger Federer 2006– Djokovic–Federer rivalry [247]
Roger Federer Andy Murray 2005– Federer–Murray rivalry [248]

See also


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  2. ^ "City's Shrovetide match give birth to 'local derby' phrase". Derby Telegraph. 
  3. ^ a b "The 10 greatest rivalries".  
  4. ^ ESPN («Mexico's long love affair with football, American-style»)
  5. ^ (in spanish) («Historia del Clásico Poli-UNAM»)
  6. ^ UANL.MX (in spanish) («Clásico estudiantil regio»)
  7. ^ "One of the great British rivalries was in evidence at the  
  8. ^ "Gay admits Bolt was not at his best after shock victory". More than the games. 6 August 2010. Retrieved 2012-10-06. 
  9. ^ "Powell and Gay set for double UK rematch". Athletics Weekly. 2011-04-01. Retrieved 2013-12-08. 
  10. ^ "BBC Sport - Athletics - Asafa Powell & Tyson Gay set for London & Birmingham". BBC News. 2011-03-31. Retrieved 2013-12-08. 
  11. ^ "Cuba’s Robles Disqualified: A Painful Incident". Havana 30 August 2011. Retrieved 2012-10-06. 
  12. ^ a b c d e f Hattman, Patrick (1 August 2012). "Summer Olympics History: Top 10 Greatest Rivalries – Yahoo! Sports". Yahoo!. Retrieved 2012-10-06. 
  13. ^ [12]
  14. ^ "Summer Olympics 2012: Highlighting Top 10 Must-See Rivalries Heading into London". Bleacher Report. 24 July 2012. Retrieved 2012-10-06. 
  15. ^ "Ben Johnson, Carl Lewis and the drama of the Dirtiest Race in History | Sport". The Guardian. Retrieved 2015-10-10. 
  16. ^ "Summer Olympics 2012: Highlighting Top 10 Must-See Rivalries Heading into London". Bleacher Report. 24 July 2012. Retrieved 2012-10-06. 
  17. ^ "Ondina e Claudia corsero col vento. E Bologna conquistò Olimpia" (in Italian). Retrieved 23 October 2012. 
  18. ^ "Luigi Facelli (1898–1991)" (in Italian). Retrieved 29 October 2012. 
  19. ^ "Shelly-Ann Fraser enjoying the rivalry between Jamaica and U.S". Reuters. 22 May 2010. 
  20. ^ "US want Jamaica sprint showdown". BBC News. 7 March 2009. 
  21. ^ "Other Headlines". 11 May 2009. Retrieved 2012-10-06. 
  22. ^ El (in spanish) («Muere la Guerra Civil»)
  23. ^ (in spanish) («Saraperos vs Vaqueros en un solo juego por todo o nada»)
  24. ^ (in spanish) («Águila vs Pericos… Puebla quiere revancha después de haber perdido en Veracruz.»)
  25. ^ ESPN (in spanish) («Añeja rivalidad en playoffs, Puebla vs Diablos»)
  26. ^ ESPN (in spanish) («Chispas en el Pacífico»)
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  80. ^ ,John MacKinnon. "Field hockey rivalry draws huge crowd". 
  81. ^ "At the Albertville Olympics in 1992 the Russian pairs came third and fourth in the ice dance, but this was purely a precursor to another kind of rivalry. Usova and Zhulin were an item, Grischuk and Platov were not. After the Olympics, Usova walked into Spago's restaurant in Hollywood, caught her husband sharing a cocktail with Grischuk, and promptly punched her rival in the face."Matt Tench and Jamie Jackson (3 November 2002). "The top 10 greatest rivalries in the history of sport". The Observer (London). Retrieved 16 February 2010. 
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  96. ^ This spring marked the 20th anniversary of one of the best classics series ever in American horse racing: 1989, featuring Sunday Silence and Easy Goer. Although well-publicized at the time and compared to the rivalry of Alydar and Triple Crown winner Affirmed, the contests between Sunday Silence and Easy Goer deserve to be remembered on their own merits."Racing History: Sunday Silence and Easy Goer". Hold Your Horses Magazine. Retrieved 13 April 2010. 
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  157. ^ Rainey's intense rivalry with fellow American and 1993 world champ Kevin Schwantz was the stuff of legends. Their careers progressed together as did their mutual hatred of each other and whether it was in American national races, the Transatlantic Trophy in England or the GPs, they only cared about beating each other, even if that meant coming last and second last.Stuart Barker (18 May 2009). "I Love The 90s". Visor Down. Retrieved 12 February 2010. 
  158. ^ "How Formula One today could do with a rivalry as bitter and compelling as this one. Two of the greatest drivers of all time, pitted repeatedly against one another. Stylistically they were different, but essentially it was personal."Matt Tench and Jamie Jackson (3 November 2002). "The top 10 greatest rivalries in the history of sport". The Observer (London). Retrieved 16 February 2010. 
  159. ^ Foyt and Andretti were never friends, but neither were they enemies. Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost, by way of contrast, were oil and water. Or maybe gunpowder and a match is a more apt characterization. Their relationship was contentious enough while they were on separate teams, but paired together at the height of McLaren's F1 supremacy, they formed the ugliest – and most perversely compelling – rivalry in motorsports history."Great Rivalries: Racing's Best Rivalries".  
  160. ^ Alone at the top – For 2000, Millen's biggest rival, Nobuhiro Tajima will not be competing in the Unlimited Class. Instead, Tajima will bring a new vehicle to the Pikes Peak Open Class. While the overall title is still up for grabs, the six-year rivalry for the class title has ended."Above the tree line – Rod Millen Shoots For 10-Minute Barrier". 29 June 2000. Retrieved 12 February 2010. 
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  162. ^ That tussle of 1994 between Russell and Fogarty was the making of the sport as a spectacle that could attract millions. The Brit vs Yank, hard-knock lad vs spoilt brat head-to-head the media constructed around the 1994 season guaranteed an unprecedented level of exposure for Superbikes.Kevin Sampson (26 May 2001). "Ordinary hero". The Guardian (London). Retrieved 13 April 2010. 
  163. ^ Sam Tremayne (13 January 2012). "Matt Neal eager to resume British Touring Car rivalry with Jason Plato". 
  164. ^ "Mika Hakkinen urges old rival Michael Schumacher to fight for recovery". Zee News. 
  165. ^ The season as team mates for rookie Hamilton and defending 2005 and 2006 world champion Alonso ended in the latters' bitter departure from the  
  166. ^ "Dixon vs. Franchitti -- the silent rivalry". 
  167. ^ Vettel won four world titles in a row between 2010 and 2013 at  
  168. ^ The two team mates at  
  169. ^ The comparisons are inevitable. Both are Italian; both are multitime world champions fighting for the MotoGP title, as well as the favor of the mercurial and powerful Italian press. Their every move is studied, forcing both to seek refuge in foreign countries."Forever In The Shadow". Sports Rider Magazine. February 2009. Retrieved 12 February 2010. 
  170. ^ Reigning MotoGP world champion Valentino Rossi says he is looking forward to renewing his rivalry with former foe Sete Gibernau in the 2009 MotoGP world championship."Valentino Rossi looking forward to new Sete Gibernau battle".  
  171. ^ ""The rivalry with Pearson was strictly trying to beat each other," Petty said. "There were no confrontations or anything. With Allison, it got to be more personal. We got into personal arguments. You didn't need to with Pearson.""David Newton (29 August 2008). "Top rivalries marked by crashing cars, flying fists and swinging helmets".  
  172. ^ "Surpassing these and others is a rivalry forged not so much out of jealousy or bitterness, as much as it was two giants immersed in a supreme struggle for supremacy, because winning is the name of the game. To this observer, the greatest NASCAR rivalry of all time was the ongoing tussle between the man they called “The King,” and the ever sly “Silver Fox.""They Call Him "The King," Part III- The Greatest Rivalry". 27 December 2009. Retrieved 16 February 2010. 
  173. ^ "The feud reached a boiling point during the final three laps of a 1972 race at North Wilkesboro (N.C.) Speedway. Petty was leading on Lap 367 when Allison drove low to make a pass. Petty cut him off, using another car to block."David Newton (29 August 2008). "Top rivalries marked by crashing cars, flying fists and swinging helmets".  
  174. ^ "This rivalry was defined by the last lap of the 1979 Daytona 500. Cale Yarborough was fighting Donnie Allison for the lead when, as Yarborough recalls, he was shoved into the infield grass. He somehow steered his car back onto the track and slammed into the side of Allison's car, spinning both out."David Newton (29 August 2008). "Top rivalries marked by crashing cars, flying fists and swinging helmets".  
  175. ^ "The hatred Allison and Yarborough shared for Waltrip was no secret in the garage. "We had been friends, and I had helped him early in his career," Allison said. "In fact, I had built cars for him before he got into the Winston Cup stuff. But he didn't want to be friends. It just kept us from cooperating on any kind of an effort that would have been good for both of us.""David Newton (29 August 2008). "Top rivalries marked by crashing cars, flying fists and swinging helmets".  
  176. ^ Which is why Jeff Gordon's arrival in the early '90s caused so much controversy and soul-searching about the fundamental nature of the sport."Great Rivalries: Racing's Best Rivalries".  
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External links

  • CBS Sports Line's "7 Seven Rules for the Rivalry-Challenged"
  • – Yankees-Red Sox Baseball Rivalry
  • The Best Rivalry – The Yankees/Red Sox Rivalry
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