Rorke Denver

Commander Rorke T. Denver has run every phase of training for the U.S. Navy SEALs and led special-forces missions in the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, and other international hot spots. He starred in the hit film Act of Valor, which is based on true SEAL adventures. His New York Times bestseller, Damn Few: Making the Modern SEAL Warrior, takes you inside his personal story and the fascinating, demanding SEAL training program. In his second book Worth Dying For: A Navy SEALs Call to a Nation, Rorke tackles the questions that have emerged about America’s past decade at war–from what makes a hero to why we fight and what it does to us.

Rocco Mediate

Rocco Mediate began his golf career at Florida Southern College, where he and his close friend, PGA Tour professional Lee Janzen, helped lead Florida Southern to the 1985 Division II national team championship. In 1985, Rocco turned professional. With his golfing career marred by back trouble, he compensated early on by using a long putter. In 1991, he became the first player to win on the PGA Tour using a long putter when he won the Doral-Ryder Open. Rocco has won six PGA Tour and four PGA Tour Champions events, earning over $23 million dollars. In 2016, Rocco won the Senior PGA Championship. He has been featured in the top 20 of the Official World Golf Rankings and considered to be one of the best putters in golf.

Katie Ledecky

One of the most dominant athletes the world has seen and among the most celebrated of her generation, Katie Ledecky is a 10-time Olympic medalist and 19-time World Champion—the most of any female swimmer. A record-shattering, history-making athlete, she has reached undeniable “GOAT” status. Katie became the most-decorated U.S. female athlete for a second consecutive Olympics when she won four medals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, making history by winning the gold in the first-ever women’s 1500-meter freestyle, and becoming the first to three-peat in the 800-meter freestyle. Four years prior, at the 2016 Rio Olympics, she broke two world records while winning four gold medals and one silver medal, becoming the most successful U.S. female athlete ever at a single Olympics. Her Olympic legend began at the 2012 London Olympic Games, where she was the youngest U.S. athlete at just 15 years old. Showing confidence and maturity beyond her years, she delivered a win in the 800-meter freestyle race, beating out a field of more experienced competitors by four seconds to win her first gold medal.
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