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Kim Alexis

One of the first "super models" who has taken fitness and health to new levels.  More than just a model, Kim parlayed her beauty and bright mind into broadcast journalism, where she has hosted several television shows.

 

     

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Steve Blass

Now a broadcaster for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Steve won both his starts in the 1971 World Series for the Bucs

 

     

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Herbie Kuhn

"The Voice of the Toronto Raptors"

 

     

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Jerry Howarth

Toronto Blue Jays long-time play-by-play announcer
 

     

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Al Hrabosky

“The Mad Hungarian”  To a ballplayer in the 1970’s that translates to “game over”!  Al has been a broadcaster for the Cardinals since 1985 and is a very entertaining speaker.
 

 

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Jennifer Jones

Jennifer Jones is one of Canadian curling’s most decorated and recognizable athletes. She is a four time Canadian Women’s Curling Champion, the 2008 World Women’s Curling Champion, and the 2010 World Women’s bronze medalist.

 

 
     

     

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Steve Lyons

Infielder/outfielder for the Red Sox and White Sox who made his mark in broadcasting.  Steve was a FOX game analyst of great acclaim.  in 1999 he was awarded an Emmy for "Outstanding Studio Show" and won another Emmy in 2000 for "Best Sports Personality/ Studio Analyst".  Steve has also hosted FOX's "Best Damn Sports Show"
 

     
     

     

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Howie Meeker

 Howie began a second career in hockey, as a hockey school instructor, sports director for radio and one of the familiar voices on Hockey Night in Canada on CBC.  Howie has a wealth of knowledge and an unbridled enthusiasm for a sport he played coached and preached.  A 30-year career in broadcasting came to end in 1998, as a special ceremony was held in Vancouver before a Canucks/Flames game to honour one of hockey's true legends.  He was the 1998 recipient of the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award as selected by the NHL Broadcasters' Association.
 

     

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Greg Millen

NHL goaltender is now a an analyst on Hockey Night in Canada and an accomplished speaker.  Presently he is a hockey analyst for Hockey Night In Canada and is the lead senior analyst for the Toronto Maple Leafs.  Some of his other TV accomplishements include Hockey analyst for the Ottawa Senators for 12 seasons, FOX Sports & ESPN International, as well as Lead Studio Analyst for SportsNet in its opening season. 
 

     
     

     

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Laura Posada

 The wife of former Yankee catcher, Jorge Posada, Laura is an exceptional motivational speaker in both English and Spanish languages.  Certified Life Coach, author, Certified Personal Trainer, philanthropist, attorney, TV personality & Foundation co-founder are all titles that Laura wears.

 

     

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Dina Pugliese

Spontaneous, brilliant, gorgeous, unpredictable, high energy – all words used to describe Dina. If your organization is seeking a gifted speaker or master of ceremonies, Dina is the right person. Co-Host of CityTV's Breakfast Television
 

     

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Jim Ralph

 In 1989 Jim retired and began his broadcasting career by co-hosting “Rinkside” a weekly hockey show that aired on TSN.  He has done color commentary on Toronto Maple Leaf radio broadcasts and Ontario Hockey League games that aired on Global Television, 1990-1995.  From 1990 to 1996, he has been a Sports reporter for Global Television in Toronto; he has co-hosted “Molson Leaf Hockey”  on Global Television Network
 

     

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Jim Rooker

Jim retired as an active player after the 1980 season and in 1981 he took up residence in the Pirates broadcast booth where he remained until 1993.  He joined ESPN as a baseball analyst in 1994 where he remains employed today.

 

     

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Chuck Swirsky

 The play-by-play announcer for the Chicago Bulls has also covered hockey, baseball and football in cities such as Chicago, Toronto and Detroit
 

     
     

     

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Everson Walls

Everson Walls is a Dallas Cowboys legend who exhibits as much star power off the field as he did in the NFL.  He is a TV & radio personality and lively commentator for various national sports talk shows.  
 

     

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Ryan Walter

Stanley Cup champion with the Montreal Canadiens.  Ryan was the youngest captain in NHL history with the Capitals. Now works with top level executives teaching about leadership styles and abilities
 

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