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On November 20, 1997, A.C. Green (Forward for the Los Angelas Lakers) became the NBA's new Iron Man. By breaking the all-time "most consecutive games by an NBA player" (907 consecutive games), Green has become the NBA version of baseball's Cal Ripken, Jr.
Al Joyner, the 1984 Olympic Gold Medalist in the men's triple jump who has 16 years coaching experience, joined the UCLA track and field staff on Aug. 18, 2000. Joyner coaches the Bruin women's jumps and also assists UCLA head coaches Jeanette Bolden (women) and Art Venegas (men) with administrative duties for both programs.
Pitching in the World Series was a thrilling experience, but the most exciting event in my life was when I trusted Jesus Christ as my personal Lord and Savior
Anthony Munoz is one of Cincinnati's true sports icons. Considered by many as the greatest offensive lineman in NFL history, Munoz has a record of excellence that is unrivaled in professional football.
As a professional floral designer Bee shares her journeys from her tropical hometown to "America the Beautiful" snd unto the real " land of milk and honey".
In 1997, Dallas Cowboys Special Teams Captain, Bill Bates, finished his fifteenth successful season in the NFL. A member of the 1992, 1993 & 1995 Super Bowl Champions team, Bill has been a long time favorite of Cowboys fans. He was named the winner of the Bob Lily Award four years in a row, from 1990-1994.
Bobby Clampett joined CBS Sports in 1991 as an on-course reporter for the CBS Television Network's broadcast of the PGA Championship. He is now a full-time member of the CBS golf team, having retired from the PGA Tour in 1995.
Bobby Richardson was the starter at second base for the great New York Yankee teams that won five consecutive pennants, and two World Series, from 1960 through 1964.
Playing in the NFL has been a very rewarding experience for me. If you had told me early in my life that I would help my team win Super Bowls, play in Pro Bowls and earn various All-Pro honors, I wouldn't have believed you.
Brett Butler's professional career in major league baseball spanned a total of 16 years with a start in 1979 when the Atlanta Braves selected him. In the years to come, Brett played for the Cleveland Indians, San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets.
There were times in his life when Casey Martin cried out to God, saying "why me?" Now, the PGA Tour Rookie allows his current circumstances to bring glory to the Lord. "I've learned to trust Him," said Martin, who accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior at the age of eight and deepened his relationship with Him in his late teens.
The brilliant and exciting signal-caller from Thomasville, Georgia is the first Seminole player to win the Heisman award. From the first moment of the '93 season, the spotlight focused on Ward, who was considered to be the nation's premier quarterback and the prime candidate for the Heisman Trophy.
A native of Americus, Georgia, Dan Reeves began his pro career as a free agent running back for the Dallas Cowboys in 1965, finishing his playing career as the Cowboy's fifth all-time leading rusher in 1972. Reeves stellar coaching career began when he joined the Dallas coaching staff in 1970, taking on a dual role as player/coach for two seasons.
Darrell Green is a seven-time All-Pro defensive back with the Washington Redskins and a four-time winner of the NFL Fastest Man Competition. He has played in three Super Bowls: His first as a rookie cornerback in 1984, when the Raiders beat the Redskins, and in the 1988 and 1992 Super Bowls, both victories over the Denver Broncos and the Buffalo Bills, respectively.
After a 29-year racing career, Darrell Waltrip's NASCAR journey continues in 2001 as a full-time NASCAR on FOX television commentator, doing what some say he does best: talk. Soon after Waltrip joined the Winston Cup circuit at the 1972 Winston 500, he earned the nickname "Jaws" for keeping his big mouth open despite failing to win his first race until his 50th start.
Dave Dravecky has left two indelible images in the minds of baseball fans worldwide. The first was August 10, 1989, when Dave triumphantly pitched a 4-3 win for the San Francisco Giants in his first major-league game following cancer surgery.
Two-time Olympian Dave Johnson won the decathlon bronze medal at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games while competing on a broken foot. USA Today tabbed Dave as the "world's best known bronze medalist."
Dr. Fairest Hill is a recording artist, author, motivational speaker and a life coach, formly of the GAP Band. His unique style is mixed with music and an inspirational message tailored to fit the needs of his audience.
Dr. Robert Costa, Jr., CPA is an inspirational Christian speaker with a focus on financial subjects. He is an expert on radical debt relief and economic empowerment through investment.
As many have said, "You don't just listen to Florence Littauer, you experience her!" Whether she is speaking to a group of doctors, a women's retreat, or a motivational rally, Littauer has the unique gift of being entertaining, encouraging and educational all at the same time!
Frank Reich is known for his incredible comebacks. Not once but twice in his football career, he led his team to victory in the face of virtually insurmountable odds. In 1984, down by more than 30 points, he engineered a record-setting comeback in college football. In 1993, he did it again as a professional. Today, his exciting determination on the football field and inspiring boldness for the Lord endure after a long journey of "the highest of highs and the lowest of lows."
Reminisce for any length of time about the gridiron glory of college and professional running backs and the name Gale Sayers emerges to the forefront. Sayers' work ethic and development of his God-given athletic talents resulted in his selection into the NFL draft by the Chicago Bears. Sayers' entire NFL career (1965-1971) soon became a treasured highlight film. The quick, agile and elusive Sayers caused scores of missed tackles and created never-ending headaches for defensive coaches throughout the league.
"At age 12, after my parents divorced, I accepted Jesus Christ as my Savior.Later, at the University of Alabama, some of my football teammates showed me by their lives what being a Christian is really all about."
Fourteen years in the NFL has done a lot to change Irving Fryar. The Philadelphia Eagles' wide receiver is a study in contrasts as sharp as the difference between having Jesus Christ as Lord of His life and not having him
Very few athletes have the opportunity to reinvent their sport. Jackie Joyner-Kersee is one such athlete. She has amassed 20 records in the heptathlon and has won three Olympic gold medals. Off the track, she is a business executive who runs her own sports-marketing firm and heads the JJK Community Foundation, an organization that sponsors programs for disadvantaged youth.
Janine Turner is an Emmy nominated actress and host of "All American Common Sense" on Sirius/XM. She is a leading conservative and much-in-demand political pundit on FOX News, CNN, and other programs.
One would never guess by his charming, easygoing nature that Jay Schroeder was a quarterback in the National Football League for eleven years and retired in 1994. Eleven incredible years since he started only one college game at UCLA in 1980 before he was chosen in the 3rd round of the NFL draft in 1984 by the Washington Redskins.
Jeff is a performance speaker. He's done acrobatic slam dunk basketball shows for the past 15 years, and he spent 12 seasons performing as the acrobatic mascot to NBA teams, the Boston Celtics & Dallas Mavericks.
President and founder of The Brotherhood Organization of A New Destiny, an American group dedicated to a conservative agenda among African Americans.
Currently stars on the CBS drama "Person of Interest" and is known for his other roles in "The Prisoner," "The Passion of the Christ" and "The Thin Red Line."
A mesmerizing story-teller who just happens to be the best artist in his field, Joe Castillo brings an unforgettable, one-of-a-kind live performance to every possible venue on earth.
Touring the country as a sought-after speaker, hes worked with everyone from dairy farmers to CEOs of billion-dollar companies to turn ideas into action.
Jorrie is a master weaver of funny stories and taps into the individuals personal power of choice to facilitate a crystal clear vision for personal and family relationships.
Outfielder for the 2010 American League Champion Texas Rangers; Named the Most Valuable Player of the ALCS 2010 and 2010 MLB Player of the Year by "The Sporting News"
Since Judge Mablean departure from Divorce Court, she has been on a speaking circuit traveling throughout the country to inspire, share and educate individuals on real life topics.
The boy who became "Dr. J" began life in a public housing project but his talent, hard work and determination were to take him a long way. One of the most exciting and talented players in the history of professional basketball, Julius Erving literally changed how the game is played.
Karen is the author of her Christian motivational book on OCD titled, So Many Rituals, So Little Time. Her newest book, titled Running On E came out in March 2010.
Kevin Johnson is a businessman, community activist, philanthropist, world-class athlete and former national television personality. Always ambitious and goal oriented, at only 36 years of age, Johnson has received numerous awards and accolades for both his work on and off the basketball court. While all of his accomplishments to date hold a special meaning for him, Kevin Johnson has only begun to make his mark.
Giglio was born in 1958 and grew up in a Christian home in Atlanta, Georgia. One morning at 2 AM during his freshman year at Georgia State University in 1977, he decided to follow Christ instead of the party life.
Meadowlark Lemon, affectionately known as the "Clown Prince of Basketball," is a legendary hero in the world of sports. He has been the creative force and focal point of international, comedic basketball since he began his career with the Harlem Globetrotters more than 4 decades ago.
With his trademark humor, master motivator Michael Broome shares the secrets of achieving a balanced life and the values which are the ultimate barometer of our happiness and success.
Michael Chang charged onto the international tennis scene and shocked the world by upsetting Ivan Lendl and Stefan Egberg and becoming the youngest player in history to win a Grand Slam event.
Ned Jarrett, Known as "Gentleman" Ned Jarrett, had a pleasant disposition and smooth demeanor. Yet he was an intense competitor and one of the best to put two hands on the steering wheel of a NASCAR Grand National stock car.
Throughout his life, Orel Hershiser has been known as an outstanding baseball player. He has excelled at every level in which he has played and has captured baseball's highest honors - World Series Champion, World Series, American and National League Championship Series MVP,Cy Young Award, and Gold Glove Award.