5 biggest and most shocking upsets in Olympic history

From Japan's softball team winning over the undefeated USA to Steven Bradbury clinching Australia's first gold medal. 
Let's have a look at the topmost upsetting moments at Olympics.

Steven Bradbury

2002 Salt Lake City, Winter Olympics
Australia's Steven Bradbury was at the last during the last lap. However, his luck helped him as all the other contenders slipped. And, Steven won Australia's first Gold medal.

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Japan's Softball Team

2008 Beijing  Summer Olympics
The USA women's softball team was defeated for the first time by the Japanese team.

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Rulon Gardner

2000 Sydney  Summer Olympics
Russian legend  Alexander Karelin, undefeated for 13years was defeated by Rulon Gardner. 

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USA's Ice Hockey team

Lake Placid 1980 Winter Olympics
The amateur USA ice hockey team defeated the reigning champions USSR .

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Peutro Rico's Baksteball team

2004 Athens Summer Olympics
The mighty Puerto Rico's basketball team defeated the USA's dream team.

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