The mark that did it - Leo Barry's mark in the dying seconds of the 2005 Sydney Swans grand final win

One of the best - Leo Barry's mark in the dying seconds of the 2005 Sydney Swans grand final win

Chad Wingard, Port Adelaide Power | The Top 30 Smokin' Guns Of AFL

The Top 29 Smokin' Guns Of AFL

St. Kilda, Nicky Winmar. In 1993. Winmar was racially abused by the Collingwood cheersquad At the conclusion of the game,he lifted up his jumper and facing to the crowd pointed to his skin. A photograph was published in the Herald Sun under the headline "Winmar: I'm black and proud of it", & the Sunday Age publishing under the caption "I've got guts".Winmar's gesture, described as a powerful statement, anti-racist symbol,& one of the most poignant images in Australian sport.

In response to abusive racist taunts from Collingwood fans, St. Kilda footballer Nicky Winmar pulled up his jersey to point with pride to his skin colour, Australia, photograph by Wayne Ludbey.

This spectacular catch by a player from the Essendon Bombers is called a "mark," a designation given when a ball is caught within the 10-meter line of the goal...

You have NEVER seen a real sport until you have watched footy, or Australian rules football. Someday I will go and see one of these games live.

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