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All-Star shooting guard for Celtics ('88); Blue Jays second and third baseman ('79-'81)
Two-time Olympic skier and failed Eagles/Steelers wide receiver
Browns Hall of Fame running back also in the Lacrosse Hall of Fame
Legendary NBA center who played professional volleyball in the late-'70s
Won a World Series (Braves, '57) and three NBA titles (Celtics, '59-'61)
Played for Celtics and Cubs, then starred on western series 'The Rifleman' ('58-'63)
Hall of Fame NBA power forward for Pistons and Knicks; White Sox pitcher in '62-'63
Englishwoman who won five Wimbledons and an archery Olympic silver medal in 1908
Olympic runner and bobsledder who won Super Bowl XX with the Bears in 1986
Won five tennis Grand Slam events from '56 to '58; became the first black LPGA golfer in 1963
College basketball Hall of Famer who was an 8-time All-Star shortstop for the Pirates and Cardinals
Iconic Bears end/coach/owner who played for the Yankees in 1919
Infamous Olympic figure skater who went 3-3 as a professional boxer ('03-'04)
Entered the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2009; won two Olympic sprinting gold medals in 1964
Won five Olympic speed skating gold medals in 1980; raced in the Tour de France in 1986
Heisman-winning running back, #1 pick in NFL Draft, and All-Star Royals outfielder
Hall of Fame starting pitcher (mostly for the Cubs and Rangers) who was also a Harlem Globetrotter
Track star stripped of five medals from the 2000 Olympics who later played in the WNBA
All-time great Bulls shooting guard; played minor league baseball between NBA stints
Controversial champion amateur wrestler, WWE wrestler, and Ultimate Fighting heavyweight
Six-time All-Star center fielder who went to the Final Four as an Arizona point guard in 1988
Hall of Famer who broke baseball's color line in 1947; track star and football All-American at UCLA
Nine-time Pro Bowl cornerback and MLB outfielder nicknamed 'Prime Time'
Native American Pro Football Hall of Famer; 1912 Olympics decathlon and pentathlon champion
1982 Heisman winner, Pro Bowl running back for the Cowboys, and 1992 Olympic bobsledder
Heisman-winning quarterback who played point guard for the Knicks and was drafted by the Brewers
X Games champion in snowboarding and skateboarding called 'The Flying Tomato'
Won five Olympic swimming golds and a water polo bronze, then starred in 12 'Tarzan' films (1932-'48)
Hall of Fame outfielder also drafted by the Hawks (NBA), Utah Stars (ABA), and Vikings (NFL)
Olympic gold medal-winning track star who won ten LPGA golf majors and was a basketball All-American
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