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Jennie Finch is a 2x Olympic softball pitcher, 2x National Pro Fastpitch All-Star, and former collegiate All-American. She pitched for Team USA, the Chicago Bandits, and the Arizona Wildcats, and is currently a color commentator, speaker and author.
Clayton Kershaw is an MLB pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Kershaw has played 13 MLB seasons and is a World Series Champion, 8x All-Star, 3x NL Cy Young Award winner, and 1x NL Most Valuable Player.
Bo Jackson is a retired American baseball and football player. He was the first athlete to be named an All-Star in two major American sports. He won the Heisman Trophy in 1985. His fame grew beyond sports after Nike initiated the "Bo knows" campaign.
Dwyane Wade is a former professional NBA player. During the span of his career, Wade won three NBA championships, one Olympic Gold medal, and appeared in 13 NBA All-Star games.
Aaron Rodgers is the quarterback for the Green Bay Packers of the NFL. He won Super Bowl XLV with the Packers and is considered one of the league's elite in his position.
Kevin De Bruyne is a professional soccer plater & key member of Manchester City and the Belgian National Team as a central midfielder. De Bruyne played a crucial role for Belgium at the 2018 World Cup as he helped lead the team to a 3rd-place finish.
Basketball legend Bill Walton is one of the sport’s most recognizable and beloved figures. His success on the court is well-documented; the nation’s top college basketball star, he then played for two NBA Championship Teams.
Grant Hill is a former NBA player, the managing director of USA Men's Basketball and the current co-owner of the Atlanta Hawks. Hill is a 7x NBA All-Star, and a 5x All-NBA selection. Hill is a pro and collegiate basketball Hall of Famer.
Lexi Thompson is an LPGA golfer originally from Coral Springs, Florida. At age 12, Lexi was the youngest golfer ever to qualify to play in the U.S. Women's Open. She turned professional in June 2010 at age 15. On September 18, 2011, Thompson set a then record as the youngest-ever winner of an LPGA tournament at 16 years old, when she won the Navistar LPGA Classic. Three months later she became the second-youngest winner of a Ladies European Tour event, capturing the Dubai Ladies Masters by four strokes in December of 2011. She won her first major championship at the 2014 Kraft Nabisco Championship at the age of 19 years, 1 month and 27 days, making her the second youngest LPGA golfer to win a major.
Sloane Stephens, born in Plantation, Florida, seemed destined for athletic achievement from the jump. Her mother, Sybil Smith, was an All-American swimmer at Boston University, while her father, John Stephens, was an NFL running back. Taking up tennis at the age of nine, Sloane quickly progressed in the sport, attending the Saviano High Performance Tennis Academy and showing promise at the junior level. Becoming a professional in 2009 at the age of 16, Stephens has steadily risen up the ranks. Defeating Serena Williams in the semifinals of the Australian Open at just 19 years old, and rising to as high as No. 11 in the world, Stephens has shown to be one of the preeminent talents in tennis today. Her resume includes wins at the US Open, Miami Open, ASB Classic, Abierto Telcel Open, the Volvo Car Open, and the City Open, as well as an appearance in the French Open Final. Off the court accolades include a 2018 ESPY Award for Best Female Tennis Player, a Jordan and Nike Court sneaker collaboration for the 2019 US Open, and an appearance in the 2018 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. Sloane is also a philanthropist. She founded the Sloane Stephens Foundation in 2013 to improve opportunities for underserved children through education, fitness and sport, leveling the playing field for youth who otherwise would not have access to safe spaces for play and learning. Outside of tennis and philanthropy, Stephens boasts a number of fun facts. She is an avid bingo player with a passion for beauty, music and fashion. She once enjoyed a private Lionel Richie concert, and, because her family owned a funeral home, as a young kid she wanted to be an embalmer, not a tennis player!
Popularly known as the “Nigerian Nightmare,” Kamarudeen Usman is a highly-skilled. tenacious. and calculative fighter.
Chris Berman has been one of the faces of ESPN since the network launched in 1979. He is best known for his work as the host of Sunday Night Countdown.
Pedro Martinez is one of the most dominant pitchers in history, three-time Cy Young Award winner and Hall of Fame inductee. He was unstoppable on the field, proving that with determination, anything is possible.
Aaron Donald is an All-Pro NFL defensive tackle for the Los Angeles Rams. Donald is a 6x Pro Bowler and 5x First-team All-Pro selection on the field, and a philanthropist, entrepreneur, and fashion icon off the field.
Ronald Acuña Jr. is an MLB outfielder for the Atlanta Braves. At the conclusion of his rookie season, Anuña Jr. received the Jackie Robinson Rookie of the Year Award and cemented himself as one of baseball's rising stars.
Malika Andrews is an NBA reporter on ESPN covering the league nationally, whose work appears across ESPN platforms including ESPN.com, SportsCenter and ESPN Radio. She makes appearances on ESPN shows like Around the Horn and The Jump.
Steve Young is a former NFL MVP and Super Bowl winning quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers. Over his 15 season career, Young was a 2x league MVP, 3x Super Bowl winner, and 1x Super Bowl MVP. Young is now an NFL Analyst for ESPN.
Justin Gatlin is an American sprinter who specializes in the 100 and 200 meters events. A five-time Olympic medalist, Justin Gatlin's personal best of 9.74 seconds ranks fifth on the all-time list of male 100-meter athletes.