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  1. Louis Matthew
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    Only problem with this list is OTTO GRAHAM IS MISSING! He won a championship in two different sports in THE SAME YEAR! 1946 (NBL- with Chuck Connors) Rochester Royals and (AAFC) Cleveland Browns. He went to the AAFC and NFL championship every year he played– 10 CONSECUTIVE YEARS– and won 7. That’s 8 Championships. Who on this list has come close to that???

  2. Ed Griffin
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    Ollie Matson has the credentials:

    All-American in football at University of San Francisco
    All-Pro in NFL with a 14-year career
    College Hall of Fame
    NFL Hall of Fame

    Olympic medalist in track and field
    Two Olympic medals at Helsinki, 1952: Bronze in 400 m dash; silver in 4×400 relay.


    HI I agree with the others
    This list need to be updated
    Where’s Dave Winfield, Bob Hayes, Babe Didrickson Zaharias
    They should be added!!!

    1. Peter Boucher
      Peter Boucher at |

      @ ISMAEL NUNEZ You have made an excellent point by mentioning Mildred “Babe” Didrickson Zaharias and good for you. That is a tremendous oversight. A 2 time Olympic Gold Medalist at the 1932 Los Angeles Olympic Games. Excelled as a Basketball Player, One of the founders of the LPGA (and won a few tournaments herself). She was even being sought after by Major League Baseball scouts as she was capable of throwing a Baseball over 300+ feet. And of course Bob Hayes, 1964 Gold Medalist at the Tokyo Olympics and world record holder in the 100 meter dash. And an outstanding running back for the Dallas Cowboys.

  4. Twill
    Twill at |

    How is Danny Ainge not here? He’s the only person to ever be an all American in 3 sports??!

    1. TopTenz Master
      TopTenz Master at |

      Good point. He could have easily have been on this list.

  5. Peter Boucher
    Peter Boucher at |

    Willie Davenport. Olympic Gold Medalist in the 110 Meter High Hurdles at the 1968 Mexico City Games. And part of the 4-man Bobsled team in the 1980 Winter Olympics at the Lake Placid, N.Y. Games

  6. Peter Boucher
    Peter Boucher at |

    Mike Greenwell. a Star player for The Boston Red Sox, retired, and then became a NASCAR race driver.

  7. Herb Crehan
    Herb Crehan at |

    Gene Conley is the only athlete with championship rings for the World Series (Milwaukee Braves) and NBA–3 with Celtics.

    And Deborah White’s dad Sam played with Jackie Jensen who played in the Rose Bowl, East-West Shrine Game, World Series and MLB All-Star game.


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