Bryan Danielson has a message for the WWE fans: “I loved my time in WWE. Needless to say, it changed my life.”
Jorginho has a message for all the dreamers: “Ve lo dico: nel calcio e nella vita. Non puoi raggiungere la vita da solo. È impossibile.”
Mahina Maeda on competing in the Olympics: “I’m more than one flag, one country, one language. I’m me.”
Oscar Robertson pens a letter to his Bucks family: “It’s been 50 years coming. Fifty long years, and it’s down to two games.”
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After losing his mom to leukemia last June, Alex Okafor writes a letter to her in honor of Mother's Day and begins with an apology.
We accomplished what we set out to do as seven-year-olds, and you just can’t help but realize all the things that had to go right.
I’d like to tell you about the 2002 Bucs, but to do so, I need to explain who we were at the time.
I hope that I will continue to make you all proud in the years to come.
Listen, I’ll be 50 next year. I’m getting up there. I’m going to be gone at some point, and maybe people in the city will still be talking about that shot.
“Resilience has been the real MVP this year.” In spite of the difficulties 2020 has brought, WNBPA president Nneka shares how and why she still finds hope.
I needed to figure out who I was and who I wanted to be.