Executive director of the Women's Sports Foundation.
Director of the Center for the Study of Sport in Society at Northeastern University.
Longtime sports writer and author of numerous books.
Author of The Complete Book of the Summer Olympics and Winter Olympics, considered the definitive record books on the games.
Baseball writer, starting in 1948 at New York Herald Tribune. Inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame in 1987.
Sports car driving champion and now one of the most successful team owners in racing history.
Former NFL head coach. Coached Buffalo Bills to four straight Super Bowls (1990-93).
In his 24th year as a scout for the New York Knicks, played in the NBA at its inception and later coached the Knicks and Hawks.
Executive director of the NFL under Pete Rozelle. Former NFL public relations director and Associated Press reporter.
First woman in the 103-year history of the International Olympic Committee to be elected vice president. IOC member since 1986.
Longtime voice of the New York Knicks, currently in his 32nd season calling NBA games. Basketball Hall of Famer.
Associate general counsel, Major League Baseball Players Association, 1984-present.
Former LPGA Tour professional and TV analyst for ABC Sports. Won 26 times on the LPGA Tour and became the first woman to surpass $100,000 in a season in 1974.
U.S. Davis Cup player, tournament promoter and television commentator.
President of Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation, author of eight books on horse racing.
Sports historian, director of the New York Sports Hall of Fame.