December 14, 2008 by · 4 Comments
Filed under: Sports 

Since the earliest days of recorded history, man has honored athletic achievements. Ancient Egyptian scribes chronicled those who were quickest and strongest in the tombs of kings, and the first Olympics occurred almost three thousand years ago. Today, hundreds of Sports Museums and Halls of Fame continue this tradition of honoring these exceptional individuals. Millions of artifacts and other memorabilia share lessons of teamwork and determination, discipline and ultimate triumph, inspiring visitors of all ages.




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  1. admin says:

    Looking forward to hearing more from this blog

  2. Jim Morin says:

    It’ll be nice to have a great sports blog about hall of famers, of course I’m most interested in Football and of course my beloved Broncos! Let me know when you get it going.

  3. admin says:

    I just saw Jason Elam yesterday and it made me think…should he get into the Hall of Fame for just that ONE record field goal?

  4. Tex Noel says:

    Greetings! I just found your blog–great job!

    If has a mailing list, please add me.

    Any chance the College Football Hall of Fame members from 2011-14 will be added to your list at some point?

    I publish a free monthly newsletter –The College Football Historian”–and would like to invite you to become a subscriber.

    Issues are sent bcc the first Saturday of every month to a subscriber base approaching 600, world-wide.

    If I can be of assistance, as it relates to college football, please get back with me.

    Have a great day and thank you for your time.

    Tex Noel
    Exec. Dir.
    Intercollegiate Football
    Researchers Association

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