Legacy Magazine

Each month this year, the Legacy Magazine has highlighted a different theme in which men relate their “Stories from the Men.” For the Mr. October edition we bring to you “Favorite Sports Memories.” What is a memorable sports moment in your life – a game you played, a game you watched? 

Read along as the men relate their sports adventures, tales and glory. 

 

October, 2021

Great Moments in Sports

 

NHL Biggest Hits of All Time​
Most Unbelievable Run Out in Pool Ever?!!
PBA's Best Bowling Tricks
10 Badminton Shots
Marble Rally 2019 Showdown!
Best World Cup Goals!
Top 10 Swimming Finishes EVER!
Top 8 Crazy Finishes in Horse Racing
The Amazing Sport of 
Sepak Takraw!
Acrobatic Volleyball Saves
10 Perfect Bullseye Moments in Darts
The Best Hang Gliding Video Ever!
Crazy Croquet Shots
Most Insane Cliff Dives of All Time
5 Courageous Moments in Olympic Alpine Skiing
The Best Archery Shots Ever
Top 5 World Championship Wresting Moves
Top 5 Amazing Snowmobile Jumps and Tricks!
Top 5 Dressage Moments!
The Ultimate Falconry Competition
The Sheepdog Trials of 2017!
World Champion Daniel Mckim Caber Toss!
Best of the Lumberjack World Championship
Best Moments in Rally Car Racing 2020
Greatest Golf Shots of All-Time
Top 5 Biggest Bass Caught in Tournaments
Meet the Iditarod-Winning Sled Dogs!
10 of the Best Bull Fighter Saves!
Record Setting Runs at Bonneville
Top 5 Rubiks Cube Solves Ever
Top Shots of the American Corn Hole League
World's Best Pro Scooter Riders
Top Fuel Drag Boats!
World Record Hercules Hold
Greatest Paintball Moments
Hot Dog Eating Contest Highlights

What Sports Mean to Men

James Anthony EllisLegacy Editor Men love sports. Not that women don’t, but this is a magazine for men, and I happen to be one, so I’m gonna talk about the love of sports by men. I can

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Speaking of Sports

Brian ChildersMDI Contributor So I was asked to speak of sports. Here are a few thoughts… Preamble:  When I was six months old I contracted German measles, which “settled in my eyes” causing them to cross.  Consequently, I had

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The Perfect Outing

David TurkGuest Contributor Being an avid sports fan (and pretty decent athlete), and living in a big city like New York, I have a few HUNDRED pretty amazing stories.  When anyone asks me about epic events I

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Hurdles Were the Way

Craig JonesLegacy Columnist Hurdles Weren’t In the Way. They Were The Way I was a pretty decent high hurdler on my high school track team back in the day. At least in our conference, which was Class C Level, comprised of

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Do You Believe in Miracles?

James Anthony EllisLegacy Editor Who knew? Who knew when my family – two sisters and a mom and dad – took a simple trip to the Fabulous Forum for a playoff hockey game in 1982, that we

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Two Degrees Of Rudy

Jeff LawrenceMDI Contributor It was 26 years ago when I was 29 years old. I was asked to travel to Round Rock, Texas for a week-long management meeting. I had just accepted a job as VP of

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Mental Strength on the Sports Field of Battle

TC CummingsGuest Contributor Being a “fan” of individual performers isn’t in my nature. I am more a fan of displays of effort, especially when overcoming adversity.  We can often see this in sports. As stressful as tennis or

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Playing the Game of Life

Fred RaiGuest Contributor The game that’s most memorable for me is my life. Simple as that. Do you ever play sports? I mean like sports at a competitive level of perhaps high school, college or maybe even

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Knights to Remember

Chris RushforthMDI Contributor I live in London, Ontario, Canada. Hockey is a big thing here. Our local Junior Team is the London Knights; they’re part of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), which is part of the Canadian

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A Race of Life and Death

Fred BoylesGuest Contributor “Oh shit I am dead.”   My life has been defined by competitions with men. From the time I was 13 to 28 I raced motorcycles in the Southern California desert. I lived to race. One year I raced

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Top Memories of a Sports Fan

Michael FowlkesMDI Contributor I could not pick one favorite sports memory. I must create a Top Five Memories. OK, six. So, back in the day, I went to the University of San Diego from 1979 to 1983,

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I Hate Sports

By Tom McCarterMDI Contributor I hate sports. Well, maybe “hate” is too strong a word. I was never good at any sport or gym class. As a freshman in high school. I was a 4th string tackle on

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The Story Behind the 21 Strikeouts

Fred Tomasello Jr.Guest Contributor This is the story behind the story.  As a 14-year-old baseball player in 1958, this game turned out, some 63 years later, to be my pinnacle achievement. While other kids continued to grow

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July 2021

What Sports Mean to Men

James Anthony EllisLegacy Editor Men love sports. Not that women don’t, but this is a magazine for men, and I happen to be one, so

Read More »

Speaking of Sports

Brian ChildersMDI Contributor So I was asked to speak of sports. Here are a few thoughts… Preamble:  When I was six months old I contracted German

Read More »

The Perfect Outing

David TurkGuest Contributor Being an avid sports fan (and pretty decent athlete), and living in a big city like New York, I have a few

Read More »

Hurdles Were the Way

Craig JonesLegacy Columnist Hurdles Weren’t In the Way. They Were The Way I was a pretty decent high hurdler on my high school track team back in the day.

Read More »

Two Degrees Of Rudy

Jeff LawrenceMDI Contributor It was 26 years ago when I was 29 years old. I was asked to travel to Round Rock, Texas for a

Read More »

Playing the Game of Life

Fred RaiGuest Contributor The game that’s most memorable for me is my life. Simple as that. Do you ever play sports? I mean like sports

Read More »

Knights to Remember

Chris RushforthMDI Contributor I live in London, Ontario, Canada. Hockey is a big thing here. Our local Junior Team is the London Knights; they’re part

Read More »

A Race of Life and Death

Fred BoylesGuest Contributor “Oh shit I am dead.”   My life has been defined by competitions with men. From the time I was 13 to 28 I raced motorcycles

Read More »

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