William Russell - in Sports

In Sports

  • Willie Russell (fl. 1920s), Scottish footballer
  • Bill Russell (born 1934), American basketball player
  • Bill Russell (baseball) (born 1948), shortstop, coach and manager in Major League Baseball
  • Billy Russell (born 1959), footballer
  • William Russell (fencer) (1896–1958), American Olympic fencer
  • William Russell (cricketer) (1866–1929), Australian-born English cricketer

Read more about this topic:  William Russell

Other articles related to "in sports, sports, sport":

Kiki - People - Given Name, Nickname or Pseudonym - In Sports
... (born 1977), Dutch footballer Kiki Vandeweghe (born 1958), American basketball player and sports analyst ...
Bucharest - Sports
... Football is the most widely-followed sport in Bucharest, with the city having numerous club teams, some of them being known throughout Europe Steaua, Dinamo or ... There are sport clubs for ice hockey, rugby union, basketball, handball, water polo and volleyball ... Polyvalent Hall, which is also used for other indoor sports such as volleyball and handball ...
Rock Island High School - Activites - Making History - In Sports
... The Rocks have also won the IHSA Speech sectional for 11 years in a row, which has qualified them for the Illinois State Championship in speech, a contest that has no class divisions ... The Speech Team has been recognized as one of the key players in the State Tournament for more than 20 years ...
Christine (name) - People With The Given Name Christine - In Sports
... Brennan (born 1958), an American sports columnist, TV and radio commentator, and speaker Christine Cook (born 1970), retired field hockey defender from England Christine ...

Famous quotes containing the word sports:

    ...I didn’t come to this with any particular cachet. I was just a person who grew up in the United States. And when I looked around at the people who were sportscasters, I thought they were just people who grew up in the United States, too. So I thought, Why can’t a woman do it? I just assumed everyone else would think it was a swell idea.
    Gayle Gardner, U.S. sports reporter. As quoted in Sports Illustrated, p. 85 (June 17, 1991)

    The whole idea of image is so confused. On the one hand, Madison Avenue is worried about the image of the players in a tennis tour. On the other hand, sports events are often sponsored by the makers of junk food, beer, and cigarettes. What’s the message when an athlete who works at keeping her body fit is sponsored by a sugar-filled snack that does more harm than good?
    Martina Navratilova (b. 1956)