As a child, Derek Jeter dreamed of playing baseball for the New York Yankees. By the time he was 22, he was one of the biggest stars on the team. From being voted Rookie of the Year to winning four World Series championships with the Yankees, this superstar is an inspiration on and off the field. Today, Jeter continues to be one of the most exciting players in Major League Baseball.
Michael Phelps began swimming when he was seven years old. By the time he was 24, he had won 14 Olympic gold medals and shattered more than 30 world records. His performances in the 2004 and 2008 Summer Olympics have turned him into an international superstar. Will he achieve new personal bests in the years to come? The world waits to find out.
In all of skateboarding, no one is more famous than superstar Tony Hawk. He helped change skateboarding from an activity for young people into a widely recognized sporting event. Tricks such as the 900 helped make Tony Hawk the biggest name in skateboarding. Now retired from the sport, Hawk is recognized as a smart businessman and an extreme sports legend.