The COVID-19 pandemic has wiped out live sport all around the globe, but history will never be erased.
While you contemplate streaming yet another Netflix drama or rewatching another replay of your favorite sporting moments, here are some stories that were making news in years past on April 25.
The nickname 'Suns' was chosen as the name of the Phoenix NBA franchise, in a contest sponsored by a local newspaper.
In a baseball match between the LA Dodgers and Chicago Cubs, two anti-war protesters ran onto the field with the intention of burning a US flag. Cubs outfielder Rick Monday stepped in and saved the flag, an act that would make him a famous sporting name in the US.
The first annual ANZAC Day NRL clash between the NZ Warriors and Melbourne Storm took place. After no one scored a golden-point, the game ended in a 14-14 draw.
The Stephen Fleming-coached Chennai Super Kings won the third season of the Indian Premier League.
They beat the Mumbai Indians by 22 runs in the final.
The Crusaders beat the Blues 29-15 at AMI Stadium in Christchurch.
Mitchell Drummond, Jordan Taufua, Tom Taylor and Codie Taylor were the try-scorers for the home side, while Brendon Ryan O'Connor and Francis Saili scored for the Blues.
Ukraine's heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko beat American Bryant Jennings in his first fight in the United States in seven years.
The win was Klitschko's last, as he'd lose to Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua in his next two bouts.
1905 - Former All Blacks fullback George Nepia
1929 - Former NZ track and field athlete Dame Yvette Williams
1947 - Ducth football legend Johan Cruyff
1957 - Five-time world darts champion Eric Bristow
1962 - NBA commissioner Adam Silver
1963 - West Ham managed David Moyes
1976 - NBA great Tim Duncan
1980 - Former Blackcaps bowler Bruce Martin
1981 - Former F1 driver Felipe Massa
1983 - Australian rugby league great Johnathan Thurston
1989 - World darts No.1 Michael van Gerwen
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The Warriors fall to a gut-wrenching 13-12 defeat, after a horrible referee call in the final moments.
Ken Maumalo's try early in the second half gave his side the 12-10 lead, which they held until four minutes remaining, when Storm prop Nelson Asofa-Solomona dropped the ball in a tackle, but the referee penalised Warriors defenders in front of their posts.
Brodie Croft slotted the goal to level scores and then kicked a field goal for victory.
The result proved costly for the Warriors, who finished the season 9-14-1, four points outside the playoffs.