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4 Persons in the Canada's Sports Hall of Fame:

Location:
169 Canada Olympic Road SW
Canada Olympic Park
Calgary, AB
T3B 5R5
Web Site:
Years Active:
from 1955

Cap Fear

Gender:
Male
Real/Birth Name:
Alfred Henry Fear
Also Known As:
A.H. "Cap" Fear
Birth Date:
Death Date:
Age at Death:
76
Traditional Zodiac Sign:
Gemini - the Twins - people born May 22 through June 21
Birth Place:

Brief Facts:

Seven seasons for team:and four with team:at outside wing position.
Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1967.
Canada's Sports Hall of Fame 1975.

Doug Flutie

Gender:
Male
Real/Birth Name:
Douglas Richard Flutie
Birth Date:
Age today:
54
Traditional Zodiac Sign:
Libra - the Scales - people born September 24 through October 23
Birth Place:

Brief Facts:

Heisman Trophy 1984, team:as quarterback.
Teams:Canada's Sports Hall of Fame.
College Football Hall of Fame 2007.
Canadian Football Hall of Fame 2008.
Maxwell Award 1984.
Walter Camp Award 1984.
Davey O'Brien Award 1984.

James Naismith

Gender:
Male
Real/Birth Name:
James Naismith
Also Known As:
Dr. James Naismith
Birth Date:
Death Date:
Age at Death:
78, 22 days after his birthday
Traditional Zodiac Sign:
Scorpio - the Scorpion - people born October 24 through November 22
Birth Place:

Brief Facts:

Hired as a chaplain (a Presbyterian minister), invented the game of basketball as "Basket Ball" at team:Created the original 13 rules in 1892.
Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame 1995.
Kansas Sports Hall of Fame 1961.
Kansas Hall of Fame 2013.
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame 1959.
National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame 2006.
Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame 1978.
Canada's Sports Hall of Fame 1955.
Ontario Sports Hall of Fame.
Ottawa Sport Hall of Fame 1986.
McGill University Sports Hall of Fame 1996.
FIBA Hall of Fame 2007.

Ron Turcotte

Gender:
Male
Real/Birth Name:
Ronald Joseph Morel Turcotte
Birth Date:
Age today:
75
Traditional Zodiac Sign:
Cancer - the Crab - people born June 22 through July 22
Birth Place:

Brief Facts:

Best known as the jockey for U.S. Triple Crown winner Secretariat in 1973. Career wins: 3,032. Disabled in a track accident.
National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame 1979.
New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame.
Canada's Sports Hall of Fame 1980.
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