In the tradition of SI's Sportsman of the Year, we periodically pay tribute in this space to men and women who represent the ideals of sportsmanship.
Corriero, a senior at Harvard who this season tied the alltime collegiate ice hockey record (men's or women's) with 59 goals, cochairs the Harvard-Radcliffe Foundation for Women's Athletics. She also volunteers at Harvard Square Homeless Shelter.
Hale, 55, president of the Cinergy Foundation, is competing in 7 on 7 in 7--seven marathons on seven continents in seven months--to raise money for the March of Dimes. So far he has completed four of the marathons and raised more than $130,000 for the charity.
Fuhrman, 48, an advertising executive, founded Bats, Balls, Gloves and Kids, a group that, working with The College of New Jersey, has collected 400 used bats and other baseball equipment from area athletes. The gear is sent to children in the Philippines.
John-Henry, a homeschooled sixth-grader who has asthma and dyslexia, has created a program called Kids Extreme, which provides support for young people with those conditions and encourages them to participate in skiing, golf and rock climbing.
¬†Mark Sherman and Jacob Carey
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.
Sherman, 53 (far left), and Carey, 45, an orthopedic surgeon and surgical technician, respectively, founded the Unity Games, which promote competition among racially mixed teams. Last month 270 seventh- and eighth-graders participated in the third annual Games, learning how to work together on the basketball court and in workshops on drugs and gangs.
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