Emmy-award winning sportscaster Bob Costas. Since 1980 hes been afilliated with the NBC network covering Major League Baseball, the NFL, and the NBA. He was the prime-time host for the 1992 Summer Olympic Games, the 1996 Summer Olympics, and the 2000 Sydney Games. Hes won numerous Emmys including one for his now defunct late-night TV interview program Later with Bob Costas. He is currently anchor of MSNBCs InterNight. Costas is also the author of Fair Ball: A Fans Case for Baseball.
Equestrians David and Karen OConnor. Only the second husband and wife team to share a medal in Olympic history, the OConnors helped win the US a bronze medal and a gold (David OConnor in the individual event) in the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. Internationally recognized equestrians, they won a silver medal for the US in the 1996 Olympics. In 2000, the US won the bronze in the Team Three Day Event Dressage. David OConnor won the gold in the Individual Three Day Event (Jumping, Cross Country and Dressage). The duo train and run clinics in The Plains, Virginia.
Louganis has written a book, "Breaking the Surface," detailing the private life behind his diving persona. In 1988 he became the first diver in history to win consecutive Olympic gold medals in both the 10 meter platform and 3 meter springboard events. In 1994 he admitted he was gay. He has since revealed he has AIDS and knew it prior to the '88 games.