Latest Appearances And Speaking Engagements By Sports Celebrities
Tony Dungy is well known for his Christian faith that he leaned on to be one of the most successful coaches in the NFL in recent memory. On Sunday, Dungy made a trip back to the city he achieved the greatest success in, Indianapolis, to speak at Northside New Era Church.
He was there... Read More
While he is now a television star as part of ESPN’s college football coverage, the path to success for David Pollack began in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Friday night, Pollack was inducted into the Gwinnett County Sports Hall of Fame along with six others.
The event benefited the... Read More
American Olympic champion Misty Hyman may have experienced her crowning achievement 15 years ago, but she is still giving back in the swimming community. On Saturday, Hyman spoke and ran clinics at the Loveland Swim Club in Colorado.
She came out due to a relationship with one of her... Read More
NFL running back DeMarco Murray switched teams this offseason, but he is still racking up awards. The new Philadelphia Eagle will be honored in Rochester, New York tonight as the Coca Cola Sports Personality of the Year.
Murray will receive the honor at the 66th Rochester Press-Radio Club D... Read More
With each passing week of the NBA season, it became even clearer that Minnesota Timberwolves swingman Andrew Wiggins would be the Rookie of the Year. This week he captured 110 of the 130 first-place votes to win the award going away.
To celebrate his achievement, Wiggins’ appare... Read More
On Wednesday, NFL legends gathered at AT&T Stadium in Dallas to raise money for Bishop Dunne Catholic School. An Evening with Legends Dinner featured Roger Staubach, Bob Lilly, Drew Pearson, and “Mean” Joe Greene.
Tables for the event cost $2,500 and individual tickets ran $... Read More
Since he became the first professional active athlete to come out gay, former NBA center Jason Collins has been an advocate for LGBT issues. On Thursday evening, Collins spoke to the Tom Homann LGBT law association in San Diego.
He participated in a question and answer format with loc... Read More
On the heels of being the second overall pick in the NFL Draft, Marcus Mariota is adding to his rapidly expanding endorsement portfolio. First Hawaiian Bank is going to feature Mariota in their ongoing, “It All Starts With Yes” campaign.
The Hawaii native will be used in a... Read More