In March of 1886, the City of Pasadena was officially incorporated.

Over the next 100 years or so later, the accomplishments of individuals from Pasadena, CA in Athletics have been captured in nearly every major media outlet(s) around the globe. Name it, and someone from Pasadena has headlined it!  Unfortunately, there was not a reference documenting these great achievements...at least until 2001 when the Pasadena Sports Hall of Fame, Inc. ("PASHOF")  was created. 

PASHOF'S Sports Library ("The Library") was created to provide a one stop, resource reference tool for individuals interested in Pasadena's contribution to the history of American Sports; at the high school, college and the professional levels.












Champion/Team
Year
Historical Event
City of Pasadena
1886  
City of Pasadena, CA. is born.
Tournament of Roses
1890
Tournament of Roses First Tournament of Roses Parade
Pasadena Athletic Club (PAC)
1890
Pasadena Athletic Club PAC is created - First organization in the city that fostered the spirit of athletic competition; recreational and competitive.
George Patton, Jr.
1912
First Individual from Pasadena to compete at the 1912 Olympics held in Stockholm placing 5th in the Pentathlon
Tuff Conn
1914/1915
State Athlete of the Year Honors - Football/Track & Field
Pasadena High School
1915
State High School of the Year Honors - Football/Track & Field
Charles Paddock
1917
State Athlete of the Year Honors - Track & Field
Aileen Allen
1920
4th Place – Diving Springboard - 1920 Olympics
Rose Bowl
1922
1922
The Rose Bowl was constructed
Eddie Pollock
1923
CIF State Champion in 100-yd (T&F)
Charles Paddock
1924
Olympic – Silver Medal 200 Meters (T&F)
Carol Fletcher
1924
Bronze Medalist - Diving Springboard - 1924 Olympics
Glen Graham
1924
Silver Medalist - Pole Vault - 1924 Olympics
Charles Paddock
1924
5th Place - 100m - 1924 Olympics
Leland Auley
1925
Lead Pasadena High School to its first CIF Swimming/Diving Team Championship
Pasadena High School
1927
Pasadena High School 1st of 3 CIF State Track & Field Championship
Jeddy Welsh
1927
CIF State Champion - 120 High Hurdles (T&F)
Lillian Copeland
1928
Silver Medalist - Discuss - 1928 Olympics
Dorothy Poynton
1928
Silver Medalist - Diving Springboard - 1928 Olympics
Anna Vrana
1928
Silver Medalist - 100m - 1928 Olympics
Maybelle Reichard
1928
4th Place - Discuss - 1928 Olympics
Rayna Wilson
1928
800m - 1928 Olympics
Charles Paddock
1928
200m - 1928 Olympics
H. Ellsworth Vines, Jr.
1928
CIF State Singles Champion - Tennis
Pasadena High School
1929
1st Cross-Country Team Championship
Canto Robledo
1930
Pacific Bantam Weight Champion
H. Ellsworth Vines, Jr.
1931
U.S. Open Champion
H. Ellsworth Vines, Jr
1932
U.S. Open Champion
H. Ellsworth Vines, Jr
1932
Wimbledon Champion
Lillian Copeland
1932
Olympics - Gold Medal - Discus
Dorothy Poynton
1932
Olympics - Gold Medal - Diving (platform)
George Anderson
1932
CIF State Champion - 200 - yds. (T&F)
Bob Pyle
1932
CIF State Champion - Shot Put (T&F)
Anna Vrana
1932
80m Hurdles - 1932 Olympics
Luther K. Roberts
1932
Shooting Pistol - 1932 Olympics
Simone Schaller
1932
4th Place - 80m Hurdles - 1932 Olympics
Delbert Smith
1932
Boxing - 1932 Olympics
George Anderson
1933
CIF State Champion - 200 yds. (T&F)
John Muir High School
1934
1st CIF State Track & Field Championships
Bainard Worrill
1934
CIF State Champion – 200 yds. (T&F)
Matthew "Mack" Robinson
1934
CIF State Champion - 100 yds. (T&F)
Matthew "Mack" Robinson
1936
Olympics - Silver Medal - 200m (T&F)
John Muir High School
1936
2nd CIF State Track & Field
Championship
Mickey Anderson
1936
CIF State Champion - 100-yd (T&F)
Eddie Arnold
1936
CIF State Champion - Long Jump (T&F)
Dorothy Poynton
1936
Olympics - Gold Medal – Diving (platform)
James Adams, Jr.
1936
Yachting - 1936 Olympics
Andrew Boyd
1936
Fencing - 1936
Velma Dunn
1936
Silver Medalist - Diving Platform - 1936 Olympics
Alfred Fitch
1936
Silver Medalist - 1600m Relay - 1936 Olympics
Frank Graham
1936
Water Polo - 1936 Olympics
Carl Paul
1936
Yachting - 1936 Olympics
Simone Schaller
1936
80m Hurdles - 1936 Olympics
Robert M. Sutton
1936
Yachting - 1936 Olympics
Jackie Robinson
1936/37
State Athlete of the Year Honors - Football/Basketball/Baseball
Irv Noren
1941
CIF's Player of the Year Honors
Jackie Robinson
1947
Signs with the Brooklyn Dodgers
Jackie Robinson
1947
MLB Rookie of the Year Honors
Victoria Draves
1948
Olympics - Gold Medals -Diving (Springboard and platform)
Juno Stover Irwin
1948
5th Place - Diving Platform - 1948 Olympics
Dr. Sammy Lee
1948
Gold Medalist - Diving Platform/Bronze Medalist - Springboard - 1948 Olympics
PCC
1950
CCAA State Champions - Golf
PCC
1950
CCAA State Champions – Baseball
Dr. Sammy Lee
1952
Olympics - Gold Medal – Diving (Platform)
Irv Noren
1952
MLB World Series Champion (New York Yankees)
Juno Stover Irwin
1952
Bronze Medalist - Diving Platform - 1952 Olympics
John McCormack
1952
4th Place - Diving Platform - 1952 Olympics
Irv Noren
1953
MLB World Series Champion (New York Yankees)
PCC
1953
CCAA State Champions – Golf
Irv Noren
1954
MLB All-Star Game - Selected
Bob Poynter
1955
CIF State Champion – 200yd (T&F)
Bob Poynter
1956
CIF State Champion – 200yd (T&F)
Jerry Todd
1956
Leads Pasadena High School to its first CIF Gymnastics Team Championship
Phil Conley
1956
10th Place - Javelin - 1956 Olympics
Richard Conner
1956
Bronze Medalist - Diving Platform - 1956 Olympics
Jack Disney
1956
Cycling - 1000m Sprint - 1956 Olympics
Juno Stover Irwin
1956
Silver Medalist - Diving Platform - 1956 Olympics
May Sutton
1956
International Tennis Hall Of Fame Member
Dr. Sammy Lee
1956
Special Athlete Rep./Ambassador of Goodwill appointment by President Eisenhower - 1956 Olympics
Jack Hollen
1957
Leads John Muir High School to its first CIF Gymnastics Team Championship
Jerry Todd
1958
Leads Pasadena High School to its 2nd CIF Gymnastics Team Championship
Mel Clipper
1958
CIF State Champion - 200yd (T&F)
Jerry Todd
1959
Leads Pasadena High School to its third CIF Gymnastics Team Championship
Pasadena Tennis Patrons Association
1960
PTPA created - Trained tennis great Stan Smith
Richard Draeger
1960
Bronze Medalist - Rowing - 1960 Olympics
Joe Faust
1960
High Jump - 1960 Olympics
Juno Stover Irwin
1960
4th Place - Diving Platform - 1960 Olympics
Robert Lynn
1960
Gymnastics - 1960 Olympics
Michael McMahon
1960
Rowing - 8 Oar - 1960 Olympics
John House
1963
CIF State Champion - 200yd (T&F)
Rex Cawley
1964
Olympics - Gold Medal - 400m Hurdles
Rosie Bonds
1964
6th Place - 80m Hurdles - 1964 Olympics
Jack Disney
1964
Cycling - 1964 Olympics
Mary Mairs
1964
Equestrian - Jumping - 1964 Olympics
Peggy Fleming
1964/965
State Athlete of the Year Honors - Figure Skating
Harold Busby
1965
CIF State Champion -100/200yd (T&F)
John Muir High School
1967
3rd State CIF Track & Field Championship
PCC
1967
CCAA State Champions - Baseball
PCC
1967
CCAA State Champions - Basketball
PCC
1967
CCAA State Champions - Cross Country
Jerry Proctor
1967
CIF State Champion - 120 High Hurdles (T&F)
Jerry Proctor
1967
CIF State Champion - Long Jump (T&F)
Dick Williams
1967
MLB Manager of the Year
Peggy Fleming
1968
Olympics - Gold Medal -Figure Skating
Robert Day
1968
5000m run - 1968 Olympics
Bob Deines
1968
Marathon - 1968 Olympics
Jack Disney
1968
Cycling - 1000m - 1968 Olympics
David Mulkey
1968
Cycling - 1968 Olympics
Bob Parsons
1968
Cycling - 1968 Olympics
Daniel Patterson
1968
Volleyball - 1968 Olympics
Mason Phelps, Jr.
1968
Equestrian - 1968 Olympics
Tracy Smith
1968
10, 000m Run - 1968 Olympics
Rod Sherman
1968
Super Bowl II Champion
Greenbay Packers 33, Oakland Raiders 14
PCC
1969
1969

CCAA State Champions - Basketball
Blair High School
1969
CIF State & National Champions (Football)
James McAlister
1969
CIF's Player of the Year (Football – Blair High School)
James McALister
1969
CIF State Champion - Long Jump (T&F)
Blair High School
1969
CIF Football Rushing Yardage Record -(4,858 yards) in a single season
Stan Smith
1969
U.S. Open Champion - Tennis
James McAlister
05/17/71
Appears on the cover of Sports Illustrated as "Super Athlete" - UCLA's Twin Threat
Stan Smith
1971
U.S. Open Champion
PCC
1971
CCAA State Champions – Swim/Diving
Pasadena High School
1971
Pasadena High School First CIF Golf Team Championship
Pasadena High School
1971/81
Most consecutive Basketball League Championships (11)
Stan Smith
1972
Wimbledon Champion
PCC
1972
CCAA State Champions – Swim/Diving
Irv Noren
1972
MLB World Series Champion (Oakland Athletics)
Scott Allen
1972
Yachting - 1972 Olympics
George Greenfield
1972
Gymnastics - 1972 Olympics
Daniel Patterson
1972
Volleyball - 1972 Olympics
Robert Ridland
1972
Equestrian - 1972 Olympics
Irv Noren
1973
MLB World Series Champion (Oakland Athletics)
Mike Johnson
1973
CIF State Champion - 120 High Hurdles (T&F)
Regina Jordan
1973
CIF State Champion - 100 yds. (T&F)
Regina Jordan
1974
CIF State Champion in 100 yds. (T&F)
Fred Shaw
1974
CIF State Champion - 120 High Hurdles (T&F)
Irv Noren
1974
MLB World Series Championship (Oakland Athletics)
John Muir High School
1974
4th CIF State Track & Field Championship
PCC
1976
CCAA State Champions - Swim/Diving
Pasadena High School
1976
State High School of the Year Honors - Basketball
Charles Phillips
01/09/77
Super Bowl XI Champions:Oakland Raiders Capture First Super Bowl, 32-14, over Minnesota Vikings at the Rose Bowl.
PCC
1977
CCAA State Champions - Swim/Diving
George Terzian
1977
Leads Pasadena High School to its 1st CIF Basketball Campionship
Pasadena High School
1977
2nd CIF State Track & Field Championship
George Terzian
1977
State High Coach of the Year Honors - Basketball
James Sanford
1977
CIF State Champion -400m (T&F)
Pasadena High School
1977
State High School of the Year Honors - Basketball/Track & Field
PCC
1978
CCAA State Champions - Swim/Diving
Michael Sanford
1978
CIF State Champion - 100/200yd (T&F)
Alice Brown
1978
CIF State Champion - 100yd (T&F)
PCC
1978
CCAA State Champions – Track & Field
Michael Sanford
1979
CIF State Champion - 200yd (T&F)
Michael Sanford
05/10/79

Runs 9.44 in 100 yd. dash - school records and fastest in state; ranked among the all-time fastest 100 yd. dash timings

Pasadena High School
1979
Pasadena High School3rd CIF State Track & Field Champions
James Sanford
1979
IAAF World Cup Champion – 100m (T&F)
James Sanford
1979
USA Outdoor Champion – 100m (T&F)
James Sanford
1979
PAC 10 Champion - 100/200m (T&F)
Rose Bowl
01/20/80
Rose BowlSuper Bowl XIV
Michael Cooper
1980
NBA Championship (Los Angeles Lakers)
Charles Mayfield
1980
CIF State Champion - Long Jump (T&F)
Alice Brown
1980
100m - 1980 Olympics - U.S. Boycott
John Siman
1980
Water Polo - 1980 Olympics - U.S. Boycott
James Sanford
06/1980
Crowned the New Sprint King -June 1980 - Track & Field News
Juno Stover Irwin
1980
International Swimming & Diving Hall of Fame Member
James Sanford
1980PAC 10 Athlete of the Year - Track & Field
James Sanford
02/20/81
Ties the 50m indoor world record - 5.61
Ed Tave
1981
CIF State Champion - Long Jump (T&F)
John Muir High School
1981
Girls Track & Field Team – 1st CIF Track & Field Championship
Katrina Johnson
1981
CIF State Champion - High Jump (T&F)
Katrina Johnson
1982
CIF State Champion in High Jump (T&F)
Michael Cooper
1982
NBA Champion (Los Angeles Lakers)
Rose Bowl
01/30/83
Super Bowl XVII
Harry Johnson
1983
CIF State Champion – 100m High Hurdles (T&F)
Peggy Flemming
1983
U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame Member - Figure Skating
Mario Clark
1984
Super Bowl XIX Champion (S.F. 49ers)
Joseph Richardson
1984
CIF State Champion - Long/Triple Jump (T&F)
Michael Cooper
1985
NBA Championship (Los Angeles Lakers)
Damon Thomas
1985
CIF Champion - 110m High Hurdles (T&F)
John Muir High School
1985
CIF Divisional Champions – Football
John Muir High School
1985
Girls Track & Field Team captures its 2nd CIF Track & Field Championship
Carrie Franklin
1985
CIF Champion in 100m (T&F)
Lana Cantrell
1985
CIF State Champion in 100m Low Hurdles (T&F)
Carrie Franklin
Nikki Caddell
Linetta Wilson
Lana Cantrell
1985
National High School Record - 4x100h (56.78 in Las Vegas, Nevada.)
John Muir High School
1986
First CIF Divisional Championship – Basketball
Stacey Augmon
1986
CIF's Player of the Year Honors (Basketball)
Stacy Harvey
01/01/87
Arizona State v. Michigan - 73rd Rose Bowl Game. Arizona 22 - Michigan 15. Arizona State's first and only Rose Bowl Appearance. Mr. Harvey led the Sun Devil's to victory with 11 tackles.
Rose Bowl
01/25/87
Super Bowl XXI
Michael Cooper
1987
NBA Champions – (Los Angeles Lakers)
Linetta Wilson
1987
National Indoor Record - 500m (T&F)
Linetta Wilson
1987
Outdoor National Champion - 400m Hurdles
Michael Cooper
1988
NBA Champion (Los Angeles Lakers)
Stacey Augmon
1988
Olympics - Bronze Medal – Basketball
John Muir High School
1989
Girls Track & Field Team captures its third CIF Track & Field Championship and First State Championship
Inger Miller
1989
Inger Miller CIF Champion - 100m (T&F)
John Muir High School
1990
Girls Track & Field Team captures its 4th CIF Track & Field Championship
Stacey Augmon
1990
NCAA Champions – Basketball (UNLV)
Jacque Vaughn
1990
CIF record – Basketball - most assists in a high school career (1,136)
John Muir High School
1990
5th CIF State Track & Field Championship
John Muir High School
1991
Girls Track & Field Team captures its 5th CIF Track & Field Championship
Charles Paddock
1991
US Olympic Hall of Fame Member - Track & Field
Rick Ervins
1992
Super Bowl XXVI Champion (Washington Redskins)
Rose Bowl
01/31/93
Super Bowl XXVII
City of Pasadena
1994
Pasadena Host World Cup Soccer games
John Muir High School
1994
6th CIF State Track & Field Championship
Inger Miller
1994
PAC 10 Athlete of the Year - Track & Field
John Muir High School
1995
7th CIF State Track &Field Championship
Obea Moore
1995
CIF State Champion in 400m (T&F)
John Muir High School
1996
8th CIF State Track & Field Championship
Obea Moore
1996
CIF State Champion in 200/400m (T&F)
John Muir High School
1996
CIF State Meet Record in 1600m Relay (3:08:66)
Inger Miller
1996
Olympics – Gold Medal - 4x100m Relay
Linetta Wilson
1996
Olympics – Gold Medal - 4x400m Relay
Sultan McCullough
1997
CIF record in 200m (20.62) (T&F)
Inger Miller
1997
World Championships – Gold Medal - 4x100m relay (T&F)
Inger Miller
1999
World Championships – Gold Medal - 200m (T&F)
Inger Miller
1999
World Championships - Silver Medal - 100m (T&F)
Justin Watson
1999
Super Bowl XXXIV Champion ( St. Louis Rams)Note: First student athlete from Marshall High School to earn a football scholarship to a Division I college.
Chris McAlister
2000
Super Bowl XXXV Champion (Baltimore Ravens)
Jim Wilks
2001
Inductee - New Orleans Saints Hall of Fame (Football)
John Muir High School
2003
Girls Track & Field Team captures its 6th CIF Track & Field Championship
Inger Miller

2003

World Cup – Silver Medal - 4x100m relay (T&F)
John Muir High School
2004
7th CIF Track & Field Championship
Chidi Iwuoma
2005
Super Bowl XL Champion (Pittsburgh Steeler)
Trevon Harmon
2007
2007 John R. Wooden High School Player of the Year Award - Division II Basketball
Canto Robledo
2009
City of Pasadena approves Memorial to Honor Canto Robledo at Villa Parke
James Sanford
2009
Inductee - USC-UCLA Dual Meet Hall of Fame
PCC
2009
CCAA State Champions - Basketball/Women’s
City of Pasadena
2010
City of Pasadena celebrates its 124th birthday
Michael Cooper
2010
Inductee - California Community College Hall of Fame
Alexis Walker
2010
Athlete of the Year Honors - Track & Field
Danny Huerta
11/12/10
Turkey Tussle Record: The first four year starter from Pasadena (John Muir High School) since 1954 to win 4 consecutive wins at the Turkey Tussle.
John Muir High School
11/12/10
Turkey Tussle Record: Highest scoring and win margin (66-6) since 1954
Jennie Jacobsen-Huse
09/19/11
Inducted into USA Water Polo Hall of Fame
Kevon Seymour
10/19/11
First John Muir High School alumni to compete in the US Army All American Bowl
Tim Tucker
03/19/12
Division 3AAA - Coach of the Year - Basketball/CIF-SS
Brandon Jolly
03/19/12
Division 3AAA - Player of the Year - Basketball/CIF-SS
Blake Hamilton
03/19/12
All CIF-SS Division 3AAA Team
Joshua Muena-Washington
12/06/12
2012 Pacific League Player of the Year - Football/Football/CIF-SS
John Muir High School
12/06/12
Pacific League Champions - Football/CIF-SS
John Marshall High School
03/01/13
2nd CIF-SS Div. VI Championship - Soccer. Second since 1996.
Ryan Hollins
2013
John Muir High School Alumni and Member of the Los Angeles Clippers - NBA/Pacific Division Champions - First Title in the team's history.
Bill Stokes
2013
Inducted into the Glendale Community College Hall of Fame - Football
Tony T. Crutchfield
2014
Inducted into John Muir High School Hall of Fame - Football
Pasadena Unified School District
2016
Awarded 7 Gold Footballs from the NFL in Honor of Super Bowl 50.  Note:  Pasadena actually has 10 Super Bowl Champions.
Pasadena Unified School District
2016
Gilbert Barraza, Jr. named as PUSD First All-School Athletic Director
Rick Ervins
2017
Inducted into Rose Bowl Hall of Fame


More to come........


Pasadena, California  - City of Champions

PASHOF LIBRARY


PASADENA, CALIFORNIA, JANUARY 1, 2017



On January 1, 2017, Pasadena Football AKA "THE FRANCHISE" will never be the same.

To compliment our 10 Super Bowl Championships, A phenomenal induction into the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame will take place with the induction of Ricky Ervins on New Year's Day in Pasadena, California.

Mr. Ervins will be the first native from Pasadena, California to be inducted into the best sporting venue in the world - The Rose Bowl.


A year ago PASHOF asked "When" and "Why' someone from Pasadena would be inducted and, most importantly, why it hasn't happened? We even dedicated a brick at the Rose Bowl in honor of all who played, cheered and supported The Franchise.

That day has come, finally...

From his days of playing pop warner football at Victory Park, to his days of domination in that infamous Blue and Gold uniform at John Muir High School (which embodies decades of talented teammates, coaches, supporters, cheerleaders.....and competitors) to his days at USC under the No. 34 and the ultimate achievement, a Super Bowl Ring, Mr. Ervin's contribution not just to the history of football at the Rose Bowl, but his legacy as a valued, honored member of The Franchise will be forever enshrined in Pasadena, California.

To every teammate of Mr. Ervins from Pasadena, we thank you.

To every cheerleader who cheered on Mr. Ervins and his teammates, we thank you.

To every Pasadena coach who, mentored, motivated and inspired Mr. Ervins, we thank you.

To every individual in the greatest city in the world who supported football in Pasadena, in big and small ways, we thank you.

To every member of The Franchise who came before Mr. Ervins, we thank you for laying the benchmark for excellence. This kid from Pasadena, like many, made it!

And most importantly, to Mr. Ervins....we thank you for your commitment and loyalty to the sport of football. Words cannot express the humbling joy we get in knowing that Pasadena, California, has called you home.

Go, Pasadena!




www.pasadenasportshalloffame.org

 P.O. Box 91984, Pasadena, CA.  91109

Tele: 626.319.2443 / E-mail:Pashofpal@aol.com


PASADENA, CALIFORNIA, JANUARY 1, 2017



On January 1, 2017, Pasadena Football AKA "THE FRANCHISE" will never be the same.

To compliment our 10 Super Bowl Championships, A phenomenal induction into the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame will take place with the induction of Ricky Ervins on New Year's Day in Pasadena, California.

Mr. Ervins will be the first native from Pasadena, California to be inducted into the best sporting venue in the world - The Rose Bowl.

A year ago PASHOF asked "When" and "Why' someone from Pasadena would be inducted and, most importantly, why it hasn't happened? We even dedicated a brick at the Rose Bowl in honor of all who played, cheered and supported The Franchise.

That day has come, finally...

From his days of playing pop warner football at Victory Park, to his days of domination in that infamous Blue and Gold uniform at John Muir High School (which embodies decades of talented teammates, coaches, supporters, cheerleaders.....and competitors) to his days at USC under the No. 34 and the ultimate achievement, a Super Bowl Ring, Mr. Ervin's contribution not just to the history of football at the Rose Bowl, but his legacy as a valued, honored member of The Franchise will be forever enshrined in Pasadena, California.

To every teammate of Mr. Ervins from Pasadena, we thank you.

To every cheerleader who cheered on Mr. Ervins and his teammates, we thank you.

To every Pasadena coach who, mentored, motivated and inspired Mr. Ervins, we thank you.

To every individual in the greatest city in the world who supported football in Pasadena, in big and small ways, we thank you.

To every member of The Franchise who came before Mr. Ervins, we thank you for laying the benchmark for excellence. This kid from Pasadena, like many, made it!

And most importantly, to Mr. Ervins....we thank you for your commitment and loyalty to the sport of football. Words cannot express the humbling joy we get in knowing that Pasadena, California, has called you home.

Go, Pasadena!




www.pasadenasportshalloffame.org

 P.O. Box 91984, Pasadena, CA.  91109

Tele: 626.319.2443 / E-mail:Pashofpal@aol.com

Pasadena Sports Hall of Fame

Kevon Seymour

John Muir High School

Michael Cooper

Pasadena High School

Kathy Butler

John Muir High School

Erica Perez

John Marshall High School

Lance Mitchell

John Muir High School

Brandon Jolley

Pasadena High School

Antavion Allen

Blair High School

Vernon Grant

Pasadena High School

Ron Slack

John Muir High School

Troy Clewis

Pasadena High School

Sam Morgan

Blair High School




The Library is updated on a monthly basis by the research staff at PASHOF; however, PASHOF encourages individuals wishing to contribute to the collection of Pasadena's Sports History to submit their findings via email to contact@pasadenasportshalloffame.org. All data is welcomed! 

Considering Pasadena's sports legacy - it will take us sometime to complete the Library. Thus, the following is just the beginning of what will be one of the greatest sports library ever created.  Enjoy.