One of America's greatest-ever athletes, Harrison Dillard is a four-time Olympic
gold medallist and the first-and only-man to ever win both Olympic 100-meter and 110-meter hurdle titles.
The Wild World of Sports
Broadcaster Gene Elson was the voice of the MLB Houston Astros for over twenty
Bob Weltlich was Bobby Knight's assistant coach at Indiana University in1976,
where he helped lead the team to a 32-0 NCAA title. He was also head coach at South Alabama, Florida
International, Texas, and Mississippi.
Former competition swimmer John Ferris won two bronze medals at the 1968 Summer
Olympics, and set a new world record time in the 200-meter butterfly at the 1967 World University Games.
Six Chukkers of Love
Wm. Clark Hetherington
William Clark Hetherington, author of Six Chukkers of Love, is a member of the
Polo Hall of Fame.
As a professional wrestler in the UK and former European Champion, Johnny Kincaid
has entertained millions of fans around the globe.
The Biggest Mistake I Never Made
Lloy Boll (as told to Blake Sebring)
Volleyball player and gold medallist Lloy Boll represented the U.S. men's national
volleyball team in four Olympics, as well as numerous other international competitions.
Why My Silver is Gold
Double Olympic medallist (in the 110 meter hurdles) Mark Crear won silver in 1996
and bronze in 2000-the first time with a broken arm, and the second with a double hernia!
Kenyan runner Henry Rono broke world records at distances of 10,000 meters, 5,000
meters, 3,000 meters, and the 3,000 meters steeplechase-all in a span of 81 days.
Why Did It Happen To Me
Elgin Davis is a former NFL running back who played for the New England Patriots
and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Court Jester
Trick shot master Mansour Bahrami is one of the leading names on the Seniors
Tennis Circuit. Born in Iran, he fled to France in the early eighties and later reached the Men's Doubles
Final of the French Open.
The World Fitness Endurance Champion, athlete Paddy Doyle has broken world records
in numerous fitness and endurance disciplines..
First dooowwwnnn…and life to go!
Red Cashion with Rusty Burson
One of the most colorful and memorable referees in NFL history, "Red" Cashion
worked three Super Bowls and made 23 playoff appearances.