1910 in sports describes the year's events in world sport.
1910 in sports Wikipedia
College championshipCollege football national champions – Harvard Crimson
Professional championshipOhio League champions – Shelby Blues and Shelby Tigers (shared)
EventsFoundation of Corinthians
EnglandThe Football League – Aston Villa 53 points, Liverpool 48, Blackburn Rovers 45, Newcastle United 45, Manchester United 45, Sheffield United 42
FA Cup final – Newcastle United 2–0 Barnsley at Crystal Palace, London (replay following 1–1 draw at Crystal Palace)
Manchester United moves from its venue at Bank Street to its present home Old Trafford
GermanyNational Championship – Karlsruher FV (0–0) 1–0 Holstein Kiel at Köln
Foundation of FC St. Pauli (15 May)
NorwayFoundation of Bærum SK (26 March)
ScotlandScottish Football League – Celtic
Scottish Cup final – Dundee 2–1 Clyde at Ibrox Park (2nd replay, following 2–2 and 0–0 draws)
Ayr United formed following a merger between Ayr Parkhouse and Ayr FC
VFL PremiershipSt. Kilda achieves the worst start by a team that did not suffer a winless season, losing its first seventeen games before a huge upset over Carlton. This has been equalled only by Fremantle in 2001.
Collingwood wins the 14th VFL premiership, defeating Carlton 9.7 (61) to 6.11 (47) at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)
SwedenChampionship final – IFK Uppsala 2–0 IFK Stockholm
World Series17–23 October — Philadelphia Athletics (AL) defeats Chicago Cubs (NL) to win the 1910 World Series by 4 games to 1
Events22 February — Ad Wolgast outlasts Battling Nelson at Point Richmond, California, to win the World Lightweight Championship by a technical knockout after 40 rounds.
4 July — in boxing's first "fight of the century", Jack Johnson knocks out the "great white hope" James J. Jeffries in round 15 to retain his World Heavyweight Championship title.
15 October — World Middleweight Champion Stanley Ketchel is shot and killed at Conway, Missouri, by Walter Dipley, a jealous farm worker. Ketchel is rated by many boxing historians as the best middleweight ever. The title remains vacant until 1913.
Lineal world championsWorld Heavyweight Championship – Jack Johnson
World Light Heavyweight Championship – vacant
World Middleweight Championship – Stanley Ketchel → vacant
World Welterweight Championship – vacant
World Lightweight Championship – Battling Nelson → Ad Wolgast
World Featherweight Championship – Abe Attell
World Bantamweight Championship – Monte Attell
Grey Cup26 November — 2nd Grey Cup – University of Toronto Varsity Blues 16–7 Hamilton Tigers
EnglandCounty Championship – Kent
Minor Counties Championship – Norfolk
Most runs – Johnny Tyldesley 2265 @ 46.22 (HS 158)
Most wickets – Razor Smith 247 @ 13.05 (BB 8–13)
Wisden Cricketers of the Year – Harry Foster, Alfred Hartley, Charlie Llewellyn, Razor Smith, Frank Woolley
AustraliaSheffield Shield – South Australia
Most runs – Harry Kortlang 656 @ 131.20 (HS 197)
Most wickets – Jack Saunders 49 @ 17.32 (BB 6–35)
IndiaBombay Triangular – Europeans shared with Parsees
New ZealandPlunket Shield – Auckland
South AfricaCurrie Cup – not contested
West IndiesInter-Colonial Tournament – Trinidad and Tobago
Tour de FranceOctave Lapize (France) wins the 8th Tour de France
World Figure Skating ChampionshipsWorld Men's Champion – Ulrich Salchow (Sweden)
World Women's Champion – Lily Kronberger (Hungary)
World Pairs Champions – Anna Hübler and Heinrich Burger (Germany)
Major tournamentsBritish Open – James Braid
US Open – Alex Smith
Other tournamentsBritish Amateur – John Ball
US Amateur – William C. Fownes, Jr.
EnglandGrand National – Jenkinstown
1,000 Guineas Stakes – Winkipop
2,000 Guineas Stakes – Neil Gow
Epsom Derby – Lemberg
Epsom Oaks – Rosedrop
St. Leger Stakes – Swynford
AustraliaMelbourne Cup – Comedy King
CanadaQueen's Plate – Parmer
IrelandIrish Grand National – Oniche
Irish Derby Stakes – Aviator
USAKentucky Derby – Donau
Preakness Stakes – Layminster
Belmont Stakes – Sweep
Stanley Cup15 March — Montreal Wanderers wins the NHA championship and the Stanley Cup. The club then defeats Berlin Dutchmen in a challenge.
Events5 January — National Hockey Association (NHA) commences its inaugural season
15 January — Canadian Hockey Association disbands. Ottawa and Montreal Shamrocks join the NHA.
March — Toronto St. Michael's Majors wins the Allan Cup
December — NHA loses its Cobalt and Haileybury teams, but gains a Quebec team. The Montreal Canadiens are taken over by George Kennedy's Club Athletique Canadien after threatening legal action.
Grand Prix racingAs in 1909, there is no Grand Prix racing in Europe
Vanderbilt Cup1 October — 6th running of the Vanderbilt Cup at Long Island over 278.08 miles (12.640 miles x 22 laps) is won by Harry Grant (USA) driving an ALCO-6 in 4:15:58.
American Grand Prize12 November — second running of the American Grand Prize takes place at Savannah, Georgia over 415.200 miles (17.300 miles x 24 laps) and is won by David Bruce-Brown (USA) driving a Benz GP in 5:53:05.35 at an average speed of 70.55 mph.
The Boat Race23 March — Oxford wins the 67th Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race
EnglandChampionship – Oldham
Challenge Cup final – Leeds 26–12 Hull at Fartown Ground, Huddersfield (replay, following 7–7 draw at Fartown)
Lancashire League Championship – Oldham
Yorkshire League Championship – Wakefield Trinity
Lancashire Cup – Wigan 22–5 Leigh
Yorkshire Cup – Huddersfield 21–0 Batley
Australia17 September — the 1910 NSWRFL season culminates in a grand final between South Sydney and Newtown which is drawn 4–4. Newtown are crowned premiers by virtue of being minor premiers.
Five Nations ChampionshipFrance joins the Home Nations Championship which is now called the Five Nations Championship
28th Five Nations Championship series is won by England
Speed Skating World ChampionshipsMen's All-round Champion – Nikolay Strunnikov (Russia)
AustraliaAustralian Men's Singles Championship – Rodney Heath (Australia) defeats Horace Rice (Australia) 6–4 6–3 6–2
EnglandWimbledon Men's Singles Championship – Anthony Wilding (New Zealand) defeats Arthur Gore (GB) 6–4 7–5 4–6 6–2
Wimbledon Women's Singles Championship – Dorothea Douglass Lambert Chambers defeats Dora Boothby 6–2 6–2
FranceFrench Men's Singles Championship – Maurice Germot defeats François Blanchy: details unknown
French Women's Singles Championship – Jeanne Matthey defeats Marguerite Broquedis: details unknown
USAAmerican Men's Singles Championship – William Larned defeats Tom Bundy 6–1 5–7 6–0 6–8 6–1
American Women's Singles Championship – Hazel Hotchkiss Wightman defeats Louise Hammond 6–4 6–2
Davis Cup1910 International Lawn Tennis Challenge – Australasia walkover British Isles