Latest Appearances And Speaking Engagements By Sports Celebrities
Not many individuals in the sports world are as entertaining as sports talk host turned horse owner Jim Rome. Rome will seek to captivate the audience at the second annual Thoroughbred Owner Conference January 11-14, 2016.
The conference is at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Flori... Read More
North Carolina head coach Roy Williams leant his speaking services to a long-running annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Williams was the featured speaker at the 27th edition of the Gaston County Sports Hall of Fame enshrinement.
The ceremony was held on June 22nd at the Gastonia Confer... Read More
One of ESPN’s most popular personalities headed to Bozeman, Montana to speak last week. SportsCenter anchor Neil Everett was the keynote speaker at the Montana State 6th Man Club Summer Tipoff.
Everett had a session with the media and with the club inside Montana State’s Alumni/... Read More
Rob Gronkowski had a unique destination to host his most recent youth camp. Last Wednesday, the New England Patriots tight end kicked off the event at Andrews Air Force Base.
Nearly 100 children from military families attended the two-day camp put on by ProCamps. Kids from first... Read More
It has been a whirlwind year for former NBA hopeful Isaiah Austin. Austin was bound for the pros out of Baylor University before it was found he had a rare life-threatening condition known as Marfan syndrome in June 2014.
As a result, he has become a spokesman for the disease. On Augu... Read More
Five-time NBA All-Star Sidney Moncrief made his name in Arkansas. On May 11th, Moncrief shared his time with the Kiwanis Club in Harrison.
He was the keynote speaker for their meeting at Harrison Country Club. Moncrief was also a celebrity golfer in their four-person golf scramble tha... Read More
During the latest evolution of Under Armour, the fast-rising company has pursued some of the most unique sports personalities to endorse their products. Ballet dancer Misty Copeland is no exception.
With Copeland now being the first African-American woman to be named Principal Dancer... Read More
Last night, U.S. women’s national team player Carli Lloyd had a moment that seemed written by Hollywood. Lloyd became just the second player in World Cup history to score three goals in a final.
More impressively, those three put-ins all occurred within the first 16 minutes of action,... Read More