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Award-Winning Sportscaster, Broadcaster and Best-Selling Author
Olympic Gold Medal figure skating champion, TV Color Commentator and cancer survivor
Marine Corps Special Operations Forces Combat Vet, Spinal Cord Injury Survivor, Handcycling Paralympic Gold Medalist
Basketball Legend, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist
Sensational goalie for the “Miracle on Ice” 1980 Gold Medal Olympic Hockey win
First woman in Olympic history to win consecutive gold medals in speed skating
Author, Four-Time Olympian, Award Winning Speaker
Former Co-host of SportsCenter, National Sportscaster of the Year and Sports Emmy Winner for Outstanding Sports Personality – Studio Host
One of the Most Outstanding and Best Known Announcers in Sports Television
First American Woman to Win an all-around Olympic Gold at a fully attended Olympic Games; Expert on Success, Challenges, Overcoming Adversity and Winning
Vince Poscente, Motivational Keynote Speaker Extraordinary Experience | Overcome Obstacles | Maintain Resilience Vince Poscente,
James Edmound Shea, Jr. (born June 10, 1968) is a retired American skeleton racer who
Shannon Miller remains one of the most decorated gymnasts in history with 7 Olympic medals.
Jim Abbott was born September 19, 1967, in Flint, Michigan without a right hand. He
With an integral role on the team that set the standard for women’s professional soccer
Deborah Gardner is a competitive performance expert that companies and organizations call on to get
Amanda Beard, U.S. Olympic swimmer and model, wowed audiences when she swam in her first
Dominique Dawes is an Olympic Gold Medalist, three-time Olympian, brand ambassador and motivational speaker. She
Four-time Olympic Ice Hockey Player Angela Ruggiero grew up in Los Angeles, California and Harper
Dara Torres is arguably the fastest female swimmer in America. Since her first international swimming