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Jahangir KhanJahangir Khan, Squash (Pakistan)

From 1981 to 1986, Jahangir Khan was unbeaten in 555 consecutive contests; the longest winning streak by any athlete in any top-level professional sport. At just the age of 17, Khan because the youngest player to win a World Open Championship in squash. He repeated the feat five straight years and won a sixth title in 1988. He was also the runner up three times in his career. Khan won the British Open Championship 10 straight times from 1982 to 1993. He was the runner up in that event in 1981. Khan was the first player to win a World Open Championship without dropping a single game. He also won the second longest squash match in history: 2 hours, 46 minutes.

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