OLYMPIC GAMES

Tyler Clary

Gold Medalist, Swimming, London, 2012

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Rhonda Rousey

Bronze Medalist, Judo, Beijing, 2008

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Stephanie Nesbit

Bronze Medalist, Synchronized Swimming, Athens, 2004

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Joanna Hayes

Gold Medalist, Track, Athens 2004

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Reggie Miller

Gold medalist, Basketball, 1996, Atlanta

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Cheryl Miller

Gold medalist, Basketball, 1984, Los Angeles

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Sippy Woodhead

Silver medalist, Swimming, Los Angeles, 1984

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Luann Ryon

Gold medalist, Archery, Montreal, 1976

Sue Nesbitt

Canadian National Synchronized Swimming coach; Australian National Team coach, Olympics, 1984, Los Angeles; member, Women’s Sports Hall of Fame

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AQUATICS

Tyler Clary

Gold medalist, Swimming, 2012 London Olympics

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Sippy Woodhead

owner of seven world records and silver medalist, swimming, 1984 Olympics, Los Angeles

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Stephanie Nesbit

Bronze medalist, Synchronized Swimming, Athens, 2004

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Sue Nesbitt

Canadian National Synchronized Swimming coach; Australian National Team coach, Olympics, 1984, Los Angeles; member, Women’s Sports Hall of Fame

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

Dusty Baker

World Series champion, LA Dodgers, 1981; 19-year MLB player; 20-year manger with San Francisco Giants, Chicago Cubs, and Cincinnati Reds; managed SF Giants to the National league pennant.

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Troy Percival

World Series champion, Four-time All-Star; Anaheim Angles

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Adam Kennedy

World Series Champion, Anaheim Angels; ALCS MVP; Hit three homeruns in one game during ALCS.

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John Lowenstein

World Series Champion, Baltimore Orioles

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Tom Hall

World Series champion, holder of MLB record for scoreless innings by a reliever in a World Series.

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Bobby Bonds

MVP of 1972 All-Star Game, San Francisco Giants

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Barry Bonds

MLB career home run leader; MLB single season home run leader; 14-time All-Star, San Francisco Giants.

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Eric Show

College world series champion (UCR); member of San Diego Padres, World Series team

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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION

Kawhi Leonard

NBA champion; NBA Finals MVP; 2-time Defensive Player of the Year

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Reggie Miller

NBA Three-Point field goal record holder; NBA All-Star; Olympic gold medalist

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Cheryl Miller

Three-time Naismith Player of the Year; Olympic Gold medalist, 1984, Los Angeles

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Jerry Tarkanian

Coached NCAA champion, UNLV, 1990; Three consecutive state championship while coaching Riverside City College

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PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL

Les Richter

#1 NFL draft pick; Traded for eleven players; member of the NFL Hall of Fame; Eight-time Pro Bowl selection

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Butch Johnson

Super Bowl champion, Dallas Cowboys; Wide receiver, UCR

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Chris Claiborne

NFL Rookie of the Year; Butkus Award winner; Minnesota Viking

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Sammy Knight, Jr.

Linebacker and safety, New Orleans Saints; NFL Pro Bowl selection

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Kermit Alexander

Safety, Los Angeles Rams

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Frank Corral

Placekicker, Los Angeles Rams

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PROFESSIONAL GOLF ASSOCIATION

Gary McCord

NCAA Individual Golf Champion; PGA Tour professional; CBS Sports analyst; author

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Don Pooley

Winner of the Memorial, the British Columbia Open, and the US Senior Open

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MOTOR SPORTS

Les Richter

President, Riverside International Raceway; Sr. VP of NASCAR; chairman of the Board, International Race of Champions (IROC); member, The International Motor Sports Hall of Fame

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Dan Gurney

Four Grand Prix wins (second only to Mario Andretti); First driver to win Grand Prix, Indy Car, NASCAR, and Sports Car; Five victories at Motor Trend 500 at Riverside International Raceway; member of The International Motor Sports Hall of Fame, the Motor Sports Hall of Fame, and the Automotive Hall of Fame.

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Malcolm Smith

Nine-time winner of the Baja 1,000; Four-time winner of the Baja 500; Co-star of motorcycle classic movie, On Any Sunday, starring Steve McQueen.

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MARTIAL ARTS

Rhonda Rouse

UFC Woman’s Bantam Weight Champion; Bronze medalist, Beijing Olympics, 2008

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Ray Dalke

Highest ranking American in Shotokan Karate; coached eight individual National Collegiate Karate Champions.

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