Gail Devers

Show # 99
July 31 – August 6

A three-time Olympic gold medalist and five-time Word Champion, Gail is only the second woman to successfully defend a 100-meter title at the Olympics and is a member of the National Track and Field Hall of Fame and the United States Olympic Hall of Fame.

Mike Krzyzewski

Show # 98
July 24 – 30

A recipient of West Point’s Distinguished Graduate Award, Coach K has led Duke to five NCAA titles and twelve Final Fours, while winning three consecutive Olympic gold medals.

Edwin Moses

Show # 97
July 17 – 23

An Olympic legend, Edwin won gold in the 400 meter hurdles in 1976 and 1984, while winning a record 107 consecutive finals and 122 consecutive races.

Carl Lewis

Show # 96
July 10 – 16

A nine-time Olympic gold medalist, ten-time World Champion, and three-time Athlete of the Year, Carl was named Olympian of the Century and Sportsman of the Century.

Bradie Tennell

Show # 84
April 17 – 23

After winning her second national title at the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, Bradie is ranked second in the world and is a contender for a gold medal at the 2022 Beijing Olympics.

Miracle on Ice

Show # 72
January 23 – 29

Forty years ago, the U.S. hockey team defeated the Soviet Union in the Miracle on Ice at the Lake Placid Winter Olympics on its way to a gold medal win over Finland.  Craig Patrick and Jim Craig share the excitement.

Brian Boitano

Show # 71
January 16 – 22

An Olympic gold medalist and two-time world champion, Brian is a South Park legend and one of the all-time great Winter Olympians.

David Maraniss

Show # 69
January 2 – 8

A Pultizer Prize-winning reporter for the Washington Post, David has penned a series of New York Times best-sellers, including classics on Roberto Clemente and Vince Lombardi, and is at work on a biography of Jim Thorpe.

Kristi Yamaguchi

Show # 61
November 7 – 13

An Olympic figure skating gold medalist and two-time word champion, Kristi is an American hero, best-selling author, and early Dancing with the Stars champion, whose husband, Bret Hedican, is a fellow Olympian and a Stanley Cup champion.

Cool Runnings: Devon Harris and Chris Stokes

Show # 60
October 31 – November 6

Chris, the author of Cool Runnings and Beyond, joins his Olympic Jamaican bobsled teammate Devon Harris for a fascinating discussion about one of the greatest and most improbable Olympics stories of all-time.

Sam Kendricks and Sandi Morris

Show # 52
September 5 – 11

The reigning world pole vault champion and 2016 Olympic bronze medalist is joined by the world indoor pole vault champion and 2016 Olympic silver medalist, as both reach for gold at the Tokyo 2021 Games.

Carl Lewis

Show # 51
August 29 – September 4

Named the Olympic Athlete of the Century by the International Olympic Committee, Carl won nine OIympic gold medals and ten world championships in the long jump, 100 and 200 meters, and the 4 x 400 relay.

Olympians Nia Ali and Ryan Crouser

Show # 50
August 22 – 28

Nia, America’s greatest female sprinter and a silver medalist at the 2016 Rio Olympics, discusses her pursuit of Tokyo gold with U.S. teammate Ryan Crouser, Rio’s gold medalist in the shot put and the world’s best discus thrower.

Edwin Moses

Show # 38
May 30 – June 5

One of our greatest Olympians, Edwin is a two-time gold medalist in the 400 meters, the winner of 107 consecutive finals, and a leader in the Olympic anti-doping effort.

Adam Rippon

Show # 31
April 11 – 17

Author of a new national best-selling autobiography, Adam is an Olympic medalist, U.S. national figure skating and Season 26 Dancing with the Stars champion.  Known for his signature move, the Rippon Lutz, Adam was also a three-time World Juniors champion, who appears in a 2019 Taylor Swift music video.

Brian Boitano

Show # 26
March 7 – 13

An Olympic gold medalist and two-time world champion, Brian is a South Park legend and one of the all-time great Winter Olympians.

Miracle on Ice

Show # 24
February 22 – 28

Forty years ago, the U.S. hockey team defeated the Soviet Union in the Miracle on Ice at the Lake Placid Winter Olympics on its way to a gold medal win over Finland.  Craig Patrick and Jim Craig share the excitement.

Jim Craig

Show # 17
January 4 – 10

Jim co-created the Gold Medal Miracle on Ice at Lake Placid in the 1980 Winter Olympics, stopping 36 of 39 shots on goal from the feared Soviet team, en route to a stunning 4-3 U.S. victory.

Mike Richter and Patrick Kelly

Show # 10
November 16 – 22
Broadly considered to be the best American born goaltender of all-time and and one of hockey’s most strategic thinkers, Mike led his New York Rangers to a Stanley Cup Championship and is a member of the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. An Olympic silver medalist, Mike won the Lester Patrick Award was the an NHL All-Star Game MVP. Mike is joined by hockey icon Patrick Kelly, one of the founders and first commissioners of the East Coast Hockey League and the former head coach of the Colorado Rockies.

Adam Rippon

Show # 6
October 19 – 25
Author of a new national best-selling autobiography, Adam is an Olympic medalist, U.S. national figure skating and Season 26 Dancing with the Stars champion.  Known for his signature move, the Rippon Lutz, Adam was also a three-time World Juniors champion, who appears in a 2019 Taylor Swift music video.

Nadia Comaneci

Show # 3
September 28 – October 4
One of the greatest athletes of the 20th Century, Nadia is the first gymnast to be awarded a perfect 10.0, which she matched six more times on her way to five Olympic gold medals, three silvers and one bronze.  Nadia and her husband, U.S. gold medalist Bart Conner, remain leaders in world gymnastics, while Nadia has many roles, including honorary consul general for Romania.