"A good coach will make his players see what they can be rather than what they are." - Ara Parashegian

2003 Sports Ethics Fellows

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Lance Armstrong - 4-time Tour De France winner

Barb Bausch - Head Coach, Women's Basketball, Guilford College

Aaron Brooks - Quarterback, New Orleans Saints

Jill Butcher - Head Coach, Women's Field Hockey and Women's Lacrosse, Earlham College

Jean Driscoll - Paralympian, 8-time winner of the Women's Wheelchair division of the Boston Marathon

Marion Jones - 3-time Olympic Gold Medalist and 5-time World Champion

Michael Josephson - Founder & President of Joseph & Edna Josephson Institute of Ethics

Charles Katsiaficas - Men’s Basketball Coach at Pomona-Pitzer College

Patrick Lynch - Rhode Island Attorney General

Ross Powers - 2002 Olympic Snowboarding Gold Medalist

Robin Roberts - ABC/ESPN Commentator

Anthony Roberts

Frank Shorter - 2-time Olympic Medalist, Marathon, Chairman, U.S. Anti-Doping Agency

Major Taylor - 1899 World Cycling Champion

Mary Wright - Founder of "Go FOURTH" and 4th grade teacher at the Rocky Hill School in East Greenwich, Rhode Island