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Bobby Czyz

Bobby Czyz

A three-time World Champion, Bobby Czyz first gained notoriety in the ring as an 18-year old in 1980. Robert Edward “Bobby” Czyz is a New Jersey native of Polish and Italian descent, he is both a former world light heavyweight and cruiserweight...

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Pete Cutino

Pete Cutino

In the world of water sports, Peter J. Cutino’s name is synonymous with excellence. College water polo player across the country — both male and female — work and train to earn the coveted Peter J. Cutino Award, Water Polo’s version of the...

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Tony Cuccinello

Tony Cuccinello

After a long and robust career with six different major league teams, he was displaced in 1945 at the age of 38, when younger ballplayers returned from World War II. When Tony Cuccinello was cut from the White Sox in 1945 in favor of younger...

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Jim Covert

Jim Covert

Jim Covert had a stellar college career at the University of Pittsburgh. As the team’s left tackle, he was named All-American twice and did not allow a sack in his senior season. Selected in the first round by the Chicago Bears in 1983...

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Fred Couples

Fred Couples

One of the most consistent and well-known players in golf, Fred Couples is a former Masters Champion, winning the event in 1992. The win pushed him to the top of the official World Rankings, making him the first American to eclipse that...

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Frank Crosetti

Frank Crosetti

Frank “The Crow” Crosetti anchored the Yankee infield for 17 years and served as their third-base coach for 20 years after his retirement. Frank “The Crow” Crosetti came from the same North Beach neighborhood as the DiMaggio brothers. He also...

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Jim Corno

Jim Corno

With close to 30 years of hard work and dedication in the regional sports television business in Chicago, Jim Corno, Sr. was an industry and civic leader, overseeing the growth of this city’s acclaimed 24-hour sports television network, Comcast...

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Young Corbit III

Young Corbit III

At the turn of the 20th century, newspaper boys routinely fought for control of the best corners. A young man in Fresno, California, benefited from this practice. Abe Henderson, the circulation manager of the Fresno Herald, organized boxing...

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John Conti

John Conti

A first generation Italian American and lifelong Michigan native, John Conti first showed his love of sports early in life, excelling in both football and basketball. After high school, he enlisted in the U.S. Army, serving from 1943-1946...

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