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Here's (nearly) everyone in sports who participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge

The Ice Bucket Challenge is the hottest (wait, coldest) thing on the internet these days. Plenty of athleLtes, coaches and other sports figures are getting involved in the ALS fundraiser. It's a lot to keep track of, so we'll do it for you.

Vince McMahon, WWE

Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid

Lionel Messi, FC Barcelona

Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers

Pete Frates

Frates is the former Boston College baseball player who started this whole craze.

Steve Gleason, New Orleans Saints

Ice Bucket Challenge from Team Gleason on Vimeo.

Paul Bissonnette, Phoenix Coyotes

Peter King, Sports Illustrated

Alex Ovechkin, Washington Capitals

Roger Goodell, NFL commissioner

(You'll have to click through to the tweet to watch the video.)

Gary Bettman, NHL commissioner

Caleb Porter, Portland Timbers coach

Post by Portland Timbers.

New York Jets

Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern football coach

Jim Caldwell, Detroit Lions coach

Jeff Fisher, St. Louis Rams coach

Albert Breer, NFL Network

Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers

Braun then challenged his teammates, Carlos Gomez, Kyle Lohse and Jonathan Lucroy.

Carlos Gomez, Kyle Lohse, and Jonathan Lucroy, Milwaukee Brewers

Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech football coach

Randy Edsall, Maryland football coach

Mike London, Virginia football coach

Steve Addazio, Boston College football coach

Steve Sarkisian, USC football coach

USC Song Girls


Michelle Wie, LPGA golfer

Tyler Seguin, Dallas Stars


Seguin challenged Dallas Morning News Stars beat writer Mike Heika, and Heika accepted.

Mike Heika, Dallas Morning News


New York Giants


Tom Coughlin, New York Giants coach

Eli Manning, New York Giants

Torrey Smith, Baltimore Ravens

Chad Greenway, Minnesota Vikings

Arkansas football

Not only did head coach Bret Bielma participate, so did offensive lineman Adam Deacon, who lost his mother to ALS in March 2013.

Fordham football coaching staff

Fordham tight end Dan Light (No. 84 in the video), lost his father to ALS in August 2013.

Paul Rabil, Boston Cannons

Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons

Indianapolis Colts quarterbacks

LaVar Arrington

New England Revolution

Doug Flutie

Julian Edelman, New England Patriots

Victor Cruz, New York Giants

Post by Victor Cruz.

Cruz then nominated Giants owner John Mara. 

John Mara, New York Giants owner


Mara then nominated Jets owner Woody Johnson, Patriots owner Robert Kraft and Patriots coach Bill Belichick.

Woody Johnson, New York Jets owner

Bill Belichick and Robert Kraft, New England Patriots


Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers

Thomas Dimitroff, Atlanta Falcons GM

Jason Licht, Tampa Bay Buccaneers GM

Mason Plumlee, Brooklyn Nets