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Paul Wylie

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Paul Wylie startled the world of skating by outperforming the best at the 1992 Winter Olympics. The result -- a Silver Medal to mark the culmination of his amateur skating career. That achievement also brought him the U.S. Olympic Spirit Award, recognizing his contributions, both as a representative of his sport and as a competitor. Paul has been highly visible... read full bio

Otis Sistrunk

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For eight years, from 1972 - 1980, the pillar of the Raiders' take-no-prisoners defensive line was 6'6, 260 pound Otis Sistrunk. This football gladiator was honored in 1973 as the Raiders' Lineman of the Year and won All-Pro honors in 1976. In the same year Otis lead the Raiders to a Super Bowl XI victory over the Minnesota Vikings. Sistrunk... read full bio

Mel Daniels

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Mel Daniels is a former American professional basketball player who played professionally from 1967 to 1976. He played for the Minnesota Muskies, the Indiana Pacers, the Memphis Sounds, and the New York Nets. he is a seven-time ABA All-Star, two of which he was chosen as the ABA MVP. He was also the ABA Rookie of the Year in 1968... read full bio

Marcellus Wiley

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Marcellus Wiley is a former American football player who played in the sport professionally for 10 seasons. Wiley grew up in Southern California and in high school became a football and track and field star. Being Valedictorian and a member of the National Honor Society, he attended Columbia University. Wiley had a very successful football career at Columbia. He was... read full bio

Martin Brodeur

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Martin Brodeur is a former Canadian ice hockey goaltender and the assistant general manager of the St. Louis Blues of the NHL. Throughout his twenty-one year career with the New Jersey Devils, he won three Stanley Cup championships and five Eastern Conference titles in seventeen postseason campaigns. He also won two Olympic gold medals with Team Canada in the Winter... read full bio

Hunter Mahan

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Hunter Mahan was born May 17, 1982 in Orange California. He had an impressive amateur career, winning the 1999 5A Texas State High School Championship and the 1999 U.S. Junior Amateur. While attending the University of Southern California, Mahan was named the Pacific-10 Conference Freshman of the year. Hunter transferred to Oklahoma State University a year later where he was... read full bio

Kevin Butler

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Former NFL placekicker Kevin Butler played for the Chicago Bears and Arizona Cardinals for several years. He played college football at the University of Georgia. He then went on to be drafted with the Chicago Bears. Butler played a total of 11 seasons with the Bears and earned the title of all-time leading scorer for the team with 1,116 points.... read full bio

Clark Kellogg

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Clark Kellogg is the Vice President of player relations for the Indiana Pacers. He is also the lead basketball analyst for CBS Sports. He is a former NBA star who played his entire four year career with the Indiana Pacers. He started his basketball career in college playing for Ohio State University which is where he earned All-Big Ten Conference... read full bio

Ron Cey

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Ron Cey is a former professional baseball player who played for the Oakland Athletics, the Chicago Cubs, and the Los Angeles Dodgers as a third baseman. His college coach gave him the nickname The Penguin", for his slow running gait. He was on the All-Star team six different times and was a World Series champion with the Dodgers. He was... read full bio

Darren Bennett

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Darren Bennett is an Australian NFL punter. He was inducted into the San Diego Chargers Hall of Fame in 2012 and was named as a player in the San Diego 50th Anniversary Team. In the 90s, Darren was dubbed as best punter in the NFL. Before coming to the states, Darren was an Australian Rules Football player.... read full bio

Charlie Rymer

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An obscure footnote in golf history is Charlie Rymers performance at the 1997 Buick Classic at historic Westchester CC in Rye, New York. Rymer had his normal pedestrian finish a tie for 39th, but the real story was that a young upstart, Tiger Woods, finished one shot back. Although Tiger has never publicly commented on this agonizing defeat, many... read full bio

Oscar Fraustro

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Mexican golf professional currently playing Tour, as well as the Mexican Negra Modelo tour, and PGA Tour Latinoamrica. After a successful amateur career where he was NCAA All-Conference USA and topped the Mexican amateur ranking from for three years, Oscar turned pro. Since then, he has won eight times on the Mexican Negra Modelo tour, one time on PGA... read full bio

Edgar Martinez

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Formerly an MLB designated hitter and third baseman for the Seattle Mariners, Edgar Martinez is now the hitting coach for that same team, which he spent his entire eighteen-year MLB career with. While playing, he became a seven-time All-Star, five-time Silver Slugger Award winner, two-time AL batting champion, and AL RBI leader. Martinez was one of the most popular players... read full bio

Lenny Wilkens

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Lenny Wilkens began his coaching career as a player-coach with the Seattle SuperSonics, and went on to coach the Portland Trail Blazers as a player as well. The SuperSonics won eleven of their first twelve games under Wilkens, made the playoffs, and ultimately reached the NBA Finals. He was a combined thirteen-time NBA All-Star as a player (nine times) and... read full bio

Hugh Millen

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Hugh Millen is a retired NFL quarterback who played for a handful of teams in his ten-year career. The Los Angeles Rams selected Millen in the third round of the NFL draft. His rookie season was plagued by injuries and he was picked up by the Atlanta Falcons. He threw for 215 yards and completed 62% of his passes. While... read full bio

Bill Russell

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Bill Russell is a former shortstop, coach, and manager for the MLB. He played his entire eighteen-year career with the Los Angeles Dodgers as the starting shortstop for four National League wins and one World Series championship team. Russell also served as the teams manager for two years. He was the clubs everyday shortstop for eleven years, anchoring an infield... read full bio

Jay Buhner

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Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame outfielder Jay Buhner was among the elite MLB players of his day, recognized by his signature look with a shaved head, thick goatee, and patch of pine tar on the right hip of his uniform. He was awarded the Gold Glove, honoring his superior individual fielding performance, in his eighth season with the Mariners. Burner... read full bio

Mel Stottlemyre

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Mel Stottlemyre is a retired MLB pitcher and pitching coach, who played eleven seasons for the New Yorks Yankees and coached for 23 seasons. Throughout his coaching career, he was a five-time MLB All-Star and five-time World Series champion. Teams he coached include the New York Mets, Houston Astros, New York Yankees, and Seattle Mariners.... read full bio

Damon Huard

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Damon Huard is a retired NFL quarterback who played for several teams including the New England Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs. At the beginning of his career Huard bounced around to a few different teams being signed as a free agent. He landed with the Miami Dolphins as their third string quarterback. Following injuries on the team Huard stared... read full bio

Brock Huard

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Brock Huard is a retired NFL quarterback who played for the Seattle Seahawks and the Indianapolis Colts. Brock and his brother Damon became the NFL's first set of brothers to start at quarterback on the same weekend in league history. After an impressive senior year Brock was drafted into the NFL. He played for his hometown Seattle Seahawks before moving... read full bio

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