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Aimee Mullins

Athlete, Model, Actor and Advocate

A record-breaker at the Atlanta Paralympics Games in 1996, Aimee Mullins has built a career as a model, actor and activist for women, sports and the next generation of prosthetics.

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Archie Manning

Former NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback and League MVP

When people think of Archie Manning, they think football. As a former NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback and League MVP – how could they not? But, Archie’s appeal transcends his athletic achievements. People far and wide have been inspired by his warm personality, his drive, and sense of humor.

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Art Holst

Businessman, NFL Referee and humorist

A legend in the speaking industry, Art Holst’s broad background provides the foundation for his messages spiced with inspiration, humor, and poetry.

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Bill Walton

Basketball Legend, Broadcaster, Humanitarian

Walton speaks about the secrets of world-class performance, personal and organizational excellence, and how he overcame nearly impossible odds – on the court and off – to persevere and win. As entertaining as he is insightful, Walton is widely considered one of the best speakers from the world of sports.

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Bob Love

Former NBA player

Born in 1942, Robert Earl Love (nicknamed Butterbean after his favorite food) grew up in poverty as one of fourteen children in rural Louisiana. As a child and throughout his early life he was unable to do what most of us take for granted–speak properly. He had a severe stuttering problem. There were long periods which he could not speak at all, as well as times when he just stumbled his way through.

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Bonnie Blair

Former Olympic Speed Skater

Speed skating is a tough sport, but Bonnie Blair proved to be one of the toughest competitors the sport has ever seen. Through four editions of the Winter Olympic Games, Bonnie Blair proved herself again and again, ultimately retiring with five Olympic gold medals and one Olympic bronze medals to her credit.

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Boomer Esiason

Former NFL Quarterback; Broadcaster & Analyst for the NFL

According to Boomer Esiason himself, he earned his famous nickname before he was born because of his strong kick. His strength also earned him a spot in the NFL as a quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals, with whom he both started and ended his career, the New York Jets and the Arizona Cardinals.

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Cary Mullen

Olympian and World Cup Champion, World Downhill Speed Record holder and Creator of How To Win Success System

Cary Mullen is a two time Olympian and World Cup Downhill Ski Champion who currently holds the world downhill speed record for skiing the toughest course in the world (Kitzbuhel, Austria) at an amazing speed of 97mph

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Cris Carter

Fox Sports & ESPN Football Analyst; Former NFL Receiver

For 15 years, Cris Carter turned heads and ran for the long passes as one of the top wide receivers in the National Football League. After his career on the field wrapped up, he parlayed his football experience into a second career as an analyst for major pigskin events.

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Cullen Jones

Olympic Gold Medalist, Swimming

Cullen Jones burst onto the swimming scene at the 2005 World University. He easily won the Gold Medal in the 50 freestyle and became the first African-American Male to win a Gold Medal at the World University Games.

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