Tiger Woods (US, golf)
Dominated sport during the 2000s, Tiger Woods has earned14 wins at major golf championships and achieved Career Grand Slam three times.
Aryton Senna (Brazilian motor racing champion)
Aryton Senna becameFormula One world champion three times (in 1988, 1990, and 1991). He died in a motor racing accident in Bologna, Italy.
Johan Cruyff (Netherlands, football)
Johan Cruyff is one of Europe’s greatest footballers of all time. He led the Netherlands to the final of the 1974 FIFA World Cup and was voted best football player that year.
Sonja Henie (Norway, figure skating)
Sonja Henie was a triple Olympic Champion in 1928, 1932, and 1936. She also became a World Champion ten times and the highest-paid actress in the history of Hollywood.
Sachin Tendulkar (India, cricket)
Sachin Tendulkar is the only player to have scored 30,000 runs in international cricket. He won World Cup with India in 2011 and has played in 200 Test matches.
Sergei Bubka (Ukraine, athletics)
Sergei Bubka broke the world record for the pole vault 35 times. His outdoor record was increased from 5.85 in 1984 to 6.14 in 1994.
Wayne Douglas Gretzky (Canada, Ice Hockey)
Gretzky is considered to be one of the greatest players in the history of hockey thanks to his 61 NHL records, including most points scored.
Nadia Comaneci (Romania, gymnastics)
Nadia Comaneci has won three Olympic gold medals at the Olympic Games in 1976 and also the first gymnast to gain a great score of 6.0.
Shane Warne (Australia, cricket)
Shane Warne is one of the greatest leg-spin bowlers in the history of cricket. Having taken over 1,000 wickets in international cricket, he became one of the five Cricketers of the Century.
Emil Zatopek (Czechoslovakia, athletics)
Emil Zatopekwon four Olympic gold medals, including three at the 1952 Olympic Games.
Manny Pacquiao (Filipino World Champion boxer)
Having risen from humble beginnings, Pacquiao became one of the greatest boxers and won ten titles in eight different divisions.