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Alan Bean's claim to fame came from his adventure to the moon in November 1969 as part of Apollo 12.
Celebrity who played the father on ABC'S "Growing Pains"; Composer and a game show host.
Played for the U.S. National team in the World Cup; Broadcaster for ESPN
Seven time Olympic Medalist; Former world record holder for the 200 meter breaststroke; Two Time American Swimmer of the Year
Host of Simply Wine and Pairings with Andrea on the Fine Living Network; Wine Educator and Master Sommelier
Former NFL offensive tackle for the Cincinnati Bengals; 11x Pro Bowl Selection; Former commentator for Fox Sports NFL telecasts
Senior Economist with the National Center for Policy Analysis.
Ben Howland is the head coach basketball coach at UCLA, where he has lead the Bruins to two PAC 10 titles in ten years.
Former centre for the Flyers, Capitals & Flames; Broadcaster for the Philadelphia Flyers; Studio Host for the NHL on NBC and NBC's Olympic Hockey coverage
Former Head Coach at Seton Hall University and Fairleigh Dickinson University; Play-by-play announcer for CBS Sports; ESPN College Basketball Analyst
Star of “Giuliana and Bill" on the E! Network; Season 1 Winner of "The Apprentice"; Bestselling Author; Owner of Bill Ranic Homes, a Real Estate Development Business
Emmy Award Winning NCAA Men's Basketball Broadcaster for NBC and CBS; Host of Survive and Advance, an NCAA Tournament preview show for Fox Sports
Retired U.S. Speed Skater; Considered one of the top skaters of her time and one of the most decorated athletes in Olympic history with 5 gold medals and one bronze
Defender on the 1999 U.S. Women's World Cup Champion Soccer Team; Memeber of the 1996 U.S. Olympic Team; Assistant Soccer Coach at Santa Clara Univeristy
Former third baseman for the Baltimore Orioles; 18x All-Star Selection; 16x Gold Glove Winner; 2x World Series Champion; Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame
Won the gold medal in the decathlon at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal; Gold Medalist at the 1975 Pan American Games
Bruce Pasternack is the President & CEO of the Special Olympics.
Olympic Gold and Silver Medalist; Member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame; Retired Captain of the US National Soccer Team; Two-time World Cup Champion
Women's Basketball Hall of Famer; Former Standout Player at USC; Head Coach of the Pheonix Mercury; Broadcaster for TNT, ABC, ESPN, and NBA TV
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