Athletic Career: Fencik is a former Chicago Bears’ safety. During his pro football career, he was a two-time All-Pro selection and a two-time Pro Bowl Selection.
He played twelve seasons with the Bears and he’s still the leader for most tackles and interceptions for the team, according to Bleacher Report.
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Athletic Career: He has been competing in triathlons (1.5 km swim–40 km bike–10 km run) since 2004. Fallon told Business Insider in an interview earlier this summer that he’s competed in around 75 triathlons.
Athletic Career: He’s a former Penn State safety who had a brief stint in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams. This year, he captured the title of “Wall Street’s Best Athlete” during the annual RBC Decathlon.
He’s also a talented swimmer. Rubin beat the most decorated Olympian of all time Michael Phelps a few times when they competed from ages 12 to 14. Phelps beat him most of the time, but that still gives him some major bragging rights!
Athletic Career: When he was playing for the University of Delaware Blue Hens they won the national championship in 1979.
He was drafted as a quarterback for the New York Giants and played for them from 1980 to 1983. He also led the Giants to the playoffs in 1981.
In addition, Brunner had stints at the Denver Broncos and St. Louis Cardinals.
Athletic Career: Koven was a member of the U.S. Men’s Rowing team throughout the 90s. He retired after the Sydney Olympics in 2000 at the age of 27, but returned to rowing in 2010.
During his career, he’s won numerous competitions with a couple of those highlights including winning the gold in single sculls at World Rowing Championships (1997) and the gold in the eight at the World Rowing Championships (1994), according to his bio.
Athletic Career: He was a member of the United States men’s national water polo team at the 2012 London Olympics.
He also played on the U.S. men’s water polo team at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. They won the silver medal that year.
Athletic Career: He represented Great Britain in the men’s discus throw at the London 2012 Olympics.
He has been throwing discus for only nine years and has a total of 50 podium finishes in his career. Last year, he won the gold in the Aviva World Trials & the UK Championships and the England Athletics Senior Championships, according to his bio.
Athletic Career: She competed in the 2008 Beijing Olympics in the Women’s RS-X windsurfing event for Turkey.
He joined Goldman in 1997.
Athletic Career: He represented the United States in swimming in the Olympics in Barcelona (1992) and Atlanta (1996).
He was just an 18-year-old high school senior when he first qualified to represent the U.S. at the Summer Olympics in Barcelona.
Hudepohl won two gold medals as a member of the 4x100m freestyle relay in Barcelona and the 4x200m freestyle relay in Atlanta.
Athletic Career: Lewsey is a former England rugby star player who was a member of the 2003 World Cup championship team. During his rugby career, he alternated between fullback, wing and center positions for the Wasps. He retired from the sport in 2009. However, he briefly ended his retirement last year to join the Wasps for another season.
Athletic Career: He currently races with United Autosports.
Athletic Career: Brown was a back-up quarterback for the New York Giants and the Arizona Cardinals.
Athletic Career: She’s an extremely talented cyclist and finished 24th out of a pack of 66 at the 2012 London Olympics in the women’s road race.
In 2010, she won the USA cycling national road champion time trial and placed first in numerous other cycling competitions, according to her bio on U.S. Cycling.
Athletic Career: Cholish, a mixed martial artist, competes in the lightweight division of the Ultimate Fight Championship.
Athletic Career: He competed in the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta for Mexico’s swim team in the men’s 100M and 200M backstroke.
Jeff ‘The Killer’ Kilburg
Athletic Career: Kilburg was a four-year football scholarship student-athlete at Notre Dame.
Athletic Career: Shaffer was the 1986 National Championship quarterback at Penn State.
Athletic Career: Solarz is an endurance athlete running several races, triathlons, marathons and ultamarathons around the world.
Athletic Career: While at Harvard, Jantzen won the 149 lb. weight class during the 2004 NCAA Division I wresting national championship. In 2005, Jantzen won the University World Games.
Athletic Career: Growing up in Minnesota, Falcone was a talented hockey player. He was even able to earn a scholarship to Harvard and later played professionally in Sweden. After his brief stint in pro hockey, which ended because of a knee injury, he hung up his pads and skates and began his career on Wall Street as a junior junk-bond trader.
Athletic Career: While at Princeton, he was a four-year starter on the Varsity football team. He was named Sports Network, Associated Press and Walter Camp First Team Football All-American Cornerback and was a three-time All Ivy Team. He had a brief stint in the NFL with the Arizona Cardinals.
Athletic Career: Danco competed in the 1980 and 1984 Winter Olympics for the US Luge Team. Luge is the fastest sport on ice.
J. Michael Evans
Athletic Career: He was a member of the Canadian men’s eights team that won the gold medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.
Athletic Career: King is remembered for being part of University of Michigan’s “Fab Five” basketball team making it to the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship game in 1992 and 1993 as a freshman and sophomore, respectively. He played briefly in the NBA for the Toronto Raptors.
Athletic Career: He captained the Yale Varsity Hockey Team to a Division I Ivy League Championship.
Athletic Career: Donini was the shot put champion at Brown University. He still holds the school record.
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Athletic Career: Bolcar completed three seasons in the NFL (one with the Seattle Seahawks and two with the Miami Dolphins). He played football while at Notre Dame where he was named a two-time second team All-American (1987, 1989). He also captained the 1988 championship team.
Pete ‘The Boss’ Najarian
Athletic Career: Najarian played in the NFL for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Minnesota Vikings.
Jon ‘DRJ’ Najarian
Athletic Career: He had a brief stint in the NFL with the Chicago Bears as a linebacker.
Athletic Career: Kuehne left the PGA Tour to pursue a career on Wall Street. His golf career accomplishments include a NCAA Championship and 2 USGA Championships. Kuehne represented the United States on 3 Walker Cup teams and 1 World Amateur team and was a 3-Time NCAA All-American.
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