Bradley Wiggins (Olympic track cyclist)
Before making a rare transition to win the Tour de France, Bradley Wiggins won six gold medals on the track.
David Beckham (England, football)
David Beckham has won league title in four different countries, including 115 appearances for England.
Abebe Bikila (Ethiopia, athletics)
Abebe Bikila is a double Olympic champion at the marathon in 1960 and 1964. He also won 1960 marathon running barefoot.
Clara Hughes (Canada, cycling, speed skating)
Clara Hughes won 2 Olympic medals at summer games (cycling) and also won Winter Olympic gold at 5,000m speed skating in 1996 and 2006, respectively.
Seve Ballesteros (Spain, Golf)
Seve Ballesteros is one of the greatest European golfers of all time, having won 90 international tournaments and five majors.
Dhyan Chand (India, hockey)
Chand is considered to be the greatest player in the history of field hockey. He won three Olympic gold medals with India in 1928, 1932, and 1936.
Fred Perry (GB, Tennis)
Fred Perry was atable tennis world champion and also won 8 grand slams during his short amateur career.
Lin Dan (China, badminton)
Lin Dan is one of the greatest badminton players of all time. He is the first player to win the Grand Slam of all major nine championships.
Jan-Ove Waldner (Sweden, table tennis)
During his table tennis career, Jan-Ove Waldnerhaswon a medal at every World Championship from 1983 to 2001. He was the Olympic gold medalist in 1992.
Bjorn Borg (Sweden, tennis)
During a short career, Bjorn Borgwon 11 Grand slam titles, 89 percent of Grand slam events he participated in.
Karch Kiraly (US, volleyball)
Karch Kiraly is a triple Olympic gold medalist. He is the only sporter to have won gold in both indoor volleyball and beach volleyball.
Michael Schumacher (Germany, motor racing)
Michael Schumacher has held World Champion for seven times and also broke several Formula One records for most wins and most podium placings.
Bobby Moore (Great Britain, football)
Having played for England 108 times,Bobby Moore captained England to 1966 World Cup. He is one of the greatest defenders in the history of football.