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.

Bruce Smith

Show # 5
October 12 – 18
Arguably football’s best defensive player in NCAA and NFL history, Bruce was a two-time First-Team All-American, before making a record 200 NFL sacks and 1,125 tackles, earning three NFL defensive Player of the Year titles and eleven Pro Bowl appearances on his way to his first ballot entry into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Torey Lovullo

Show # 4
October 5 – 11
2017 National League Manager of the Year and 2013 World Series champion, the Arizona Diamondbacks’ Torey Lovullo, is joined by former MLB All-Star catcher and Diamondbacks’ manager, Bob Brenly, who led Arizona to an upset World Series win over the Yankees in 2001 and is now the team’s lead TV analyst.

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.

Joe Namath

Show # 2
September 21 – 27
Joe remains football’s most popular player, who led Alabama to a national football championship and did the same for the Jets in Super Bowl III, where he was named the game’s MVP in a historic upset of Johnny Unitas’s Baltimore Colts.  Paul Bryant considered Joe the greatest athlete he ever coached, and he’s enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton.

Billie Jean King

Show # 1
September 14 – 20
Presidential Medal of Freedom winner and Time Person of the Year, Billie Jean crushed Bobby Riggs in the Battle of the Sexes and won ten Wimbledon, one French Open, two Australian Open and five U.S. Open singles titles in her Hall of Fame career.