Steven Gerrard was born on May 30, 1980 in Whiston, Merseyside. Football fans have been quite impressed by Steven Gerrard. After ending his playing career, Gerrard remained on the sidelines, first as youth coach for Liverpool in 2017 and then as manager of Rangers, one of Scotland’s most-storied clubs, in 2018. He was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in 2006. Steven George Gerrard Biography and Profile.
Who is Amir Khan? Amir Iqbal Khan was born 8 December 1986, a British professional boxer, former unified light-welterweight world champion, having held the WBA (later Super) title from 2009 to 2012, and the IBF title in 2011. He held the Commonwealth lightweight title from 2007 to 2008. One of his notable early amateur fights was against Victor Ortíz, whom he defeated in a second round stoppage. Overall, Amir Khan record is 101–9. Amir Khan Biography and Profile.
Andre Russell was born April 29, 1988 to Sandra Davis and Michael Russell. Russell, a Jamaican Cricketer regarded as one of the most destructive batsmen in the current international cricket scenario. Russell made his first-class debut for Jamaica in the 2007 season at an age of 19. Russell revealed that watching National Football League players in the United States gave him a unique perspective on power training. Russell played one Test, 51 ODIs and 43 T20Is for West Indies. Andre Dwayne Russell Biography and Profile.
Mohamed Salah, Egyptian professional footballer, was born in Basyoun on June 15, 1992. It was when I was 14 that I first signed with Arab Contractors (El Mokawloon) and my career in the professional game began – but it was a tough time for me. Salah made the move to Europe in 2012 on the back of his hugely successful showing at the Olympics. FC Basel in Switzerland was his destination as he moved continents for the first time. Mohamed Salah Hamed Mahrous Ghaly Biography and Profile.
Sadaf Khadem, born in 1995, and she is the first Iranian woman ever to take part in an official boxing match. Some women fight but the bouts are illegal and being held in Turkey with no medical insurance. Little by little she became Iran’s only professional female boxer. “My parents were worried when I started boxing but they saw I was really loving it so now they are supporting me. I’m now steaming ahead,” said Khadem. Sadaf Khadem Biography and Profile.
Tiger Woods, born December 30, 1975, is a professional golfer and entrepreneur. Since turning professional in 1996, Tiger has built an unprecedented competitive career. His achievements on the course–105 worldwide wins and 14 majors–have mirrored his success off the course as well. He has 80 PGA TOUR wins. Woods serves as Founder and CEO of TGR, a multibrand enterprise comprised of his various companies. Read Tiger Eldrick Woods Biography and Profile.
Maradona was born on October 30, 1960, in Villa Fiorito, a province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The fifth of eight children raised by Diego Sr. and Doña Tota, Maradona grew up in a poor but close-knit household. He received his first soccer ball as a gift at age 3 and quickly became devoted to the game. Maradona led club teams to championships in Argentina, Italy and Spain. Read Diego Armando Maradona Biography and Profile.
Raheem Sterling, an English professional footballer was born on 8 December 1994, Jamaica. Raheem Sterling had a difficult start to life, moving from Jamaica to England as a two-year-old after his father died from gun violence. He was first discovered playing in north-west London by QPR, where his ability and reputation grew to the extent that he was said to be on the verge of a first-team call up at the age of 15 before Liverpool swooped to take him to Anfield. Read Raheem Shaquille Sterling Biography and Profile.
Hima Das was born 9 January 2000. Sprinter Hima made history by becoming the first Indian woman athlete to win a gold at the world level as she clinched the top spot in the women’s 400m final race in the IAAF World Under-20 Athletics Championships here. Read Hima Das Biography and Profile.
Wilma Rudolph was born on June 23, 1940. She was named United Press Athlete of the Year (1960), the AP Woman Athlete of the Year (1960, 1961) and received the Sullivan Award as the nation’s top amateur athlete (1961). At the 1960 Rome Olympics, Rudolph became “the fastest woman in the world” and the first American woman to win three gold medals in one Olympics. Read Wilma Glodean Rudolph Biography and Profile.