A Special Collection from 1936 Bobsledder Ivan Brown by Susanna Fout

In February 1936 two local boys from Keene Valley, Ivan Brown and Alan “Bob” Washbond, slid into Olympic history and won the gold medal for two-man bobsled at the IV Olympic Winter Games in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. The dynamic duo began

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Kerry Leitch Figure Skating Coach Inducted Skate Canada Hall of Fame

A native of Woodstock, Ontario, Kerry Leitch reached the junior ranks as a figure skater and was also a professional baseball player. After his competitive days ended, he turned his attention to coaching which led to a career that spanned

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ProRodeo Hall of Fame celebrates anniversary with open house

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The ProRodeo Hall of Fame is excited to announce it will be celebrating 35 years in the Pikes Peak region with an open house on Aug. 6. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to

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Nashville is ready to show off its southern hospitality at the 44th annual ISHA Conference

The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame and “Music City” are preparing for the delegates to experience the 44th annual ISHA conference.  Come early, stay late! With such a diverse lineup, Music City’s set list has something great for you and

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Canada Hall opens new exhibit

CSHoF has been involved in the 150th anniversary of the 1864 Charlottetown Conference in PEI by installing an exhibit featuring our Maritime Honored Members as well as showcasing some of our Special Treasures. Special artifacts featured are the Olympic relay

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Bryant Museum’s “MAMMA CALLED” 2014 SE EMMY Award Winner

And the winner is…”MAMMA CALLED”!   The Paul W. Bryant Museum is proud to announce that the documentary on the life and times of legendary Crimson Tide football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant was presented the 2014 Emmy for Best Historical Documentary

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Olympic Museum International introduces exhibitions

ON YOUR MARKS… Olympic Museum launched a new exhibit design to explore the concept of time.  “Chasing Time” explores the relations that sport has with time, beyond timing and measuring instruments. Time matters in sport. This exhibition explores the experience,

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Alberta Sports Hall of Fame 2014 inductees

Dr. Gary Bowie – Multisport Builder Don Horwood – Basketball Builder Carol Huynh – Wrestling Athlete Keith Morgan – Judo Athlete Don Phelps – Hockey Builder Phyllis Sadoway – Ringette Builder Susan Sloan Kelsey – Swimming Athlete 2000 Synchro Swim

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