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Harrison Burton

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Harrison Burton, who started racing at the age of 5, started his career with something to prove. After all, his record-breaking streak speaks for itself. In 2014, Harrison was the youngest Division I winner in NASCAR Whelen All-American Series history. When he was merely 15 years old, he placed third in his very first ARCA Racing Series. Harrison also owns... read full bio

Brent Crews

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Brent Crews is one of the youngest racers in history at the age of 13, and yet he owns three World Titles and twelve National Championships. Aside from being a championships kart racer with his Nitro Kart, Brent also races his Factory QRC Outlaw Kart on dirt. It’s easy to see that motorsports are his life and you can see... read full bio

Billy Ray Brown

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Billy Ray Brown is a world-famous former professional golfer. After winning he 1982 NCAA Championship amateur win, he played throughout the 80s and 90s during the PGA Tours, when he took home three tour wins. The first was the Canon Greater Harford Open tournament in July of 1991. The second was in May of 1992 and that was the GTE... read full bio

Antonio Tarver

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Antonio Tarver is an American former professional boxer and boxing commentator. He has competed as a light heavyweight, cruiserwright, and heavyweight titles. Tarver has competed in world championships including the WBA, WBC, IBF and Ring magazine titles. Tarver has been apart of a historic rivalry against Roy Jones Jr. which turned into a three-fight series. He’s also boxed against Bernard... read full bio

Bob Love

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Author, speaker, and retired basketball player Bob Love is all about overcoming adversity and persevering through struggles. Love began his basketball career playing in high school and college, playing for Morehouse High School and Southern University. Afterwards, he played for the Eastern Basketball League and averaged 25 points per game, earning him the EBL Rookie of the Year Award. He... read full bio

Tommie Smith

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African-American track-and-field star Tommie Smith raised a gloved fist in a salute to black unity after winning the 200-meter gold medal at the 1968 Olympics. He achieved this feat in 19.83 seconds- the first time in history that the 20-second barrier was broken legally. Smith was elected to the National Track & Field Hall of Fame in 1978, and has... read full bio

John Ogrodnick

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John Ogrodnick is a former professional hockey player for the NHL who played Left Wing for the Detroit Red Wings, the New York Rangers, and the Quebec Nordiques. He played in the NHL for a total of fourteen seasons. Currently, he is the Vice President of the Red Wings Alumni Association.... read full bio

Gary Leeman

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Gary Leeman was a Canadian right-wing ice hockey player and an NHL legend. He got his start in 1977 in the Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament, where he played for a minor hockey team in Wexford, Toronto. He was well known for being an unstoppable and fast scoring machine. Later, Gary played for the Wilcox, Saskatchewan Notre Dame Hounds in... read full bio

Steve Thomas

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Steve Thomas was an ice hockey right winger born in Stockport England. After making his way to Markham, Ontario – where he was raised – Steve got deeply in hockey. He went to Markham District High School, where his love of hockey carried him through graduation. After high school, Steve played junior hockey for the Toronto Marlboros and then became... read full bio

Al Iafrate

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Al Iaftrate got his start playing hockey as a kid in 1979, during the Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament alongside a minor Detroit hockey team. In 1984, he was selected as fourth overall in the NHL Entry Draft by the Toronto Maple Leafs. Al played for Team USA as the Winter Olympics that same year in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. Al played... read full bio

Brian Propp

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Brian Propp is a former Canadian professional ice hockey player who played in the NHL for 15 seasons. He was a left winger for the Philadelphia Flyers, the Boston Bruins, and the Minnesota North Stars. He holds seven different records in the WHL including Most goals by a left wing in the WHL for a single season, Most points by... read full bio

Tom Thayer

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Tom Thayer is a former American football center and guard who has played for several teams over the years but had his longest reign with the Chicago Bears. Thayer started his football career in high school and went on to play for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team while studying at the Notre Dame University. He went on to... read full bio

Jenny Thompson

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Jenny Thompson is the most decorated female U.S. swimmer of all time. She holds 12 total Olympic medals, 8 of them gold and over 40 other medals in national and world championships. She was named the USA Swimming Swimmer of the Year for two separate years, and ranked as the 62nd greatest female athlete of all time in a poll... read full bio

Margaret Hoelzer

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Margaret Hoelzer is an American former competition swimmer, former world record-holder and an Olympic medalist. Hoelzer was born in Huntsville, Alabama, and she starting swimming in the summer in their local Jones Valley Recreation Association, which she also coached for. Hoelzer later swam for her high school and went on to graduate from Auburn University. While studying at Auburn, Hoelzer... read full bio

The Honky Tonk Man

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The Honky Tonk Man is a World Wrestling Entertainment icon. He hosts a one-man show as an independent performer, displaying his wrestling skills to audiences around the world. He has faced the greats of WWE such as Hulk Hogan, Jake Roberts, Ricky Steamboat, Dusty Rhodes, Randy Savage, and Bruno Sammartino. The Honky Tonk Man entertains audiences through his solo show,... read full bio

Rosey Grier

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Georgia born, Roosevelt Rosey" Grier, is an actor, singer, Christian minister, and former professional American football player. He was a notable college football player for Pennsylvania State University. As a professional player, Grier was a member of the original Fearsome Foursome of the Los Angeles Rams and played in the Pro Bowl twice. Grier worked as a bodyguard for Robert... read full bio

Tommy John

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Tommy John, proved to the baseball world that serious physical problems do not necessarily drown the spirit of a true competitor. After many years of Pitching, Tommy John permanently damaged the ulnar collateral ligament in his pitching arm, and a miraculous revolutionary surgical operation was performed. The operation, widely known today as Tommy John surgery, replaced the ligament in... read full bio

Davey Johnson

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Manager 2009 World Championship USA Baseball team, 2008 USA Olympic Baseball, LA Dodgers, Baltimore Orioles, Cincinnati Reds, NY Mets. Former Gold Glove Winner, Major League All-Star. In his 13-year major league career, Johnson played for the Baltimore Orioles (19651972), Atlanta Braves (19731975), Philadelphia Phillies (197778) and Chicago Cubs (1978). Also, he played in the Japanese League for the Yomiuri Giants... read full bio

Dana McLamore

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Dana McLemore is a former professional American football cornerback in the National Football League. McLemore played for both the San Francisco 49ers and the New Orleans Saints. He played his high school football at Venice High School and college football at the University of Hawaii.... read full bio

Leilani Munter

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Leilani Munter had gained the attention of the racing world when she finished 4th at Texas Motor Speedway -the highest finish for a female driver in the history of the racetrack. By 2006 she had raced her way from the short tracks of Southern California all the way to the mecca of NASCAR racing - the high banks of iconic... read full bio

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