Hall of Fame Class: 1989

Television executive Roone Arledge created Wide World of Sports and Monday Night Football and produced 10 Olympic television broadcasts.
Unable to get a job as a New York City policeman, Mel Sheppard focused on training for The Olympics and won four gold medals and one silver as a middle-distance runner.
Joe Frazier traveled to the Tokyo 1964 Olympic Games as an alternate and took advantage when an injury gave him a spot in the heavyweight tournament, winning a gold medal.
A founding member of the Olympic Project for Human Rights, Lee Evans (center) won gold medals in the 400-meter run and the 4x400-meter relay at the Mexico City 1968 Olympic Games.
One of the most dominant athletes of his generation, John Davis compiled a 15-year winning streak that included gold medals at the London 1948 Olympic Games and the Helsinki 1952 Olympic Games.
Bobby Joe Morrow won gold medals in the 100- and 200-meter dashes and the 4×100-meter relay at the Melbourne 1956 Olympic Games.
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