|all-time record-holder for the most weeks (more than 311) as #1, holding the record for winning the most Grand Slam titles (24), Novak Djokovic often gives glory to God with the sign of the Cross after big tennis victories. While he was winning the intense finals of the Australian Open in 2012 (which he's won a record 10 times), he did the sign of the cross after key points and even kissed a wooden cross, which the liberal media falsely described as "kissing his necklace." Djokovic is also outspoken against mandatory vaccination, and gave up some titles rather than succumb to the vaccine tyrants.
|pro-Trump, Norman brilliantly founded the LIV tour after the PGA Tour boycotted Trump's golf courses. Norman himself won "91 Career Victories (20 PGA TOUR, 71 International and Others), 31 Second Place Finishes (PGA TOUR), 11 Third Place Finishes (PGA TOUR), 331 Weeks at No. 1," and 2 majors.
|Hall of Famer and all-time home run leader among catchers (399), Piazza endorsed conservative black Larry Elder for governor of California.
|Utah congressman (R-UT district 4) who defeated a Dem incumbent in 2020, Owens spent ten seasons in the NFL as a safety and won Super Bowl XV with the Raiders. A family man with six children, he wrote a book entitled Liberalism or How to Turn Good Men into Whiners, Weenies and Wimps. Owens, who is black, represents a district where blacks are less than 2% of the voters.
|considered the greatest golfer ever, holding the all-time record for the most major tournament victories, Nicklaus enthusiastically supported President Donald Trump and his campaign for reelection. Nicklaus also criticized as "cancel culture" the transfer of the 2022 PGA championship away from Trump's golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey, where it was scheduled.
|the greatest defenseman ever, Orr took out a full-page ad in New Hampshire days before the 2020 presidential election to endorse Trump, decrying unfair criticism of him and announcing “That’s the kind of teammate I want.”
|martial arts (UFC)
|a high-ranked Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight who holds the record for the quickest knockout (5 seconds), Masvidal campaigned for President Trump and criticized Dems: "The Democrats just think that they are entitled to the Latino vote."
|Hall of Fame relief pitcher who helped lead the New York Yankees to their championship in 1978, and who finished four times in the top five in Cy Young voting and was a nine-time All-Star, Gossage is an outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump and a sharp critic of Democrats.
|famed world chess champion who lost the Match of the Century to Bobby Fischer in 1972, Spassky was actually a conservative opponent of communism whose exemplary sportsmanship made that contest happen
|Perhaps the greatest athlete of the last half-century, Walker had sprinter speed in a lineman's physique with apparent immunity to fatigue. He ranks 12th in career all-purpose yardage in the NFL, and also had a very successful career in the rival USFL and in college. But he is excluded from the NFL Hall of Fame because of his conservative views and/or the demonic NFL's bias against the very best athletes.
|black belt judo champion of Leningrad at age 21, and also proficient in karate;opposed to the homosexual agenda, and pro-life, as President of the Russia
|undefeated WBC heavyweight boxing champion who has held every major professional title, Tyson Fury is outspokenly conservative on social issues, opposed to entitlements for immigrants, and extraordinarily charitable in donating to struggling citizens in the United Kingdom.
|greatest tennis player ever in terms of most titles won, most Grand Slam titles, highest winning percentage, etc. But ostracized today by the liberal media due to her conservative views on social issues.
|With 9 PGA Tour wins, including two victories at the Masters, Bubba Watson has spoken out against homosexuality and even jokingly said he may run for president. He supports the annual Tim Tebow golf outing and Bubba has adopted a child with his wife, a former professional women's basketball player. His nickname "Bubba" is in honor of Bubba Smith, who is listed in this entry for a different reason.
|switch-hitting slugger who swatted 366 homers while also maintaining a .293 batting average with many bases-on-balls, he has done advertisements against the pro-homosexual agenda Houston bathroom bill (Proposition 1 in 2015). Voters then agreed with him by a landslide 61-39% margin.
|Six-time undefeated World Professional Karate Champion, middleweight division, and the first westerner ever to achieve an eighth degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. Also became an action film and TV star; now a leading conservative commentator.
|two-time NCAA Division I wrestling champion, which included defeating a future Olympic gold medalist, and also a four-time state champion; leading conservative in Congress who chaired the Republican Study Committee for the 112th Congress and then the House Freedom Caucus. In Rep. July 2018, Jim Jordan announced his candidacy for Speaker of the House, which he did not win but continues to be one of the most influential congressmen.
|outspokenly pro-life and critical of same-sex marriage, Matt Birk has been repeatedly selected to the Pro Bowl, was the starting center for the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens in 2013, and is ranked as one of the most intelligent professional athletes; Matt Birk is the keynote speaker at the 2016 March for Life's Annual Rose Dinner
|went from being one of the greatest pitchers of all time (7 no-hitters) to endorsing Texan Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst as "a proven conservative"
|one of the best linemen in the NFL who was selected for the Pro Bowl, Runyan was a two-term Republican Congressman (NJ) from 2011 to 2015
|pro-life, outspoken Christian; an analyst for the lamestream media said about him, "You need to disappear, okay, Tim Tebow?" Pressed for a response, Tebow simply smiled and said, "I can't help him with that. That would be pretty hard."
|Used to be a drug addict, then became a born-again Christian and was able to play Major League Baseball, winning one MVP award. He has appeared on Glenn Beck's show to talk about his faith and addiction.
|Left a $5,000 a year salary (1891 dollars) as a star baseball player for a $75 a month salary to become a Christian preacher;
|Pro Bowl quarterback is a Christian who lends his name to "Tweet for Youcef" campaign organized by the ACLJ, in support of the Iranian Christian pastor who has been sentenced to death.
|led the Detroit Pistons to two NBA titles by defeating Michael Jordan, Larry Bird and Magic Johnson; for a center, Laimbeer had an amazing outside shot and free-throw percentage, showing the versatility of a conservative; illustrating their double standard, liberals whined about Laimbeer's rough style of play, without complaining about Dennis Rodman
|A conservative, Thomas declined to attend a ceremony staged by the Obama White House after Thomas's team won the Stanley Cup. Thomas is a four-time NHL All-Star as a goalie - a great conservative position to play!
|led the hopeless Boston Red Sox to a stunning World Series championship in 2004 after defeating the liberal New York Yankees in the American League Championship Series; for an encore he helped Scott Brown win "Kennedy's seat," an even greater upset. Also was co-MVP of the 2001 World Series, in which he helped the Arizona Diamondbacks defeat the Yankees in one of the biggest World Series upsets in history. Schilling's exclusion from the Hall of Fame is considered to be an unfair snub.
|former Republican Senator (KY); he pitched a perfect game with the fewest pitches ever in the National League (only 90) -- like a true conservative! A Hall of Famer, Bunning is also one of only five players to pitch a no-hitter in both the National and American Leagues.
|The father of conservative Senator George Allen, the coach ran a trick play once for President Richard Nixon.
|football player and coach
|outspoken pro-lifer when he was considering running for public office
|endorsed Rick Santorum with a strong statement on religious values; Rivers is also a devout Roman Catholic (he and his wife -- she converted to Catholicism before their marriage -- have eight children with a ninth on the way as of 2018)
|"Before every performance she would close her eyes and give thanks and praise to God. She believed that God had given her the gift of skating and in each performance she worked to glorify God." Lynn, once the highest-paid female athlete, also has written in support of conservative values.
|campaigned for Republicans, served as a fighter pilot, and also criticized the media, which was unfair to him, even denying him the MVP when he hit over .400 in 1941. Then, in 1947, Williams amazingly won the Triple Crown but was again denied MVP by the liberal media. One sportswriter unjustifiably left Williams off his ballot entirely, which included voting for the top ten players.
|pro-lifer who led two different teams to the Super Bowl, one of whom was the underachieving Cardinals.
|won the Masters on Easter Sunday in 2007 against the heavily favored Tiger Woods, when Woods was at the peak of his career, and then gave credit to Jesus Christ; won the British Open in 2015 while reading the Bible along the way.
|Gave credit to God for being the youngest Daytona 500 winner
|Held the record for the longest time as #1 in the world—more than 5 years—until tied by Roger Federer due to his winning Wimbledon in 2012.
|Mary Lou Retton
|Olympic gold medalist, delivered the Pledge of Allegiance at the 2004 Republican National Convention.
|NBA Most Valuable Player and All-Star selection. He overcame troubled youth years and became a role model. Donated to the George W. Bush campaign and visited our troops in Afghanistan.
|former Republican Congressman (OK)
|author of Kemp-Roth tax cuts as a Republican congressman from upstate New York; was also the vice presidential Republican candidate in 1996
|Led the New Orleans Saints to victory in the 2009 Super Bowl—professed his belief in Jesus Christ.
|the greatest center of all time, Chamberlain was a staunch Republican
|Republican nominee for Oregon governor
|considered the greatest high school athlete ever (LeBron James is considered the second-greatest), Ryun is also a former conservative Republican Congressman from Kansas
|former Republican Congressman (OK)
|supporter of Republican candidates
|Republican candidate for governor (PA)
|did a pro-life ad while winning the World Series in 2006
|In 1976 he saved an American Flag from burning at the hands of two protestors
|helped lead the Chicago Bears to their 1985 Super Bowl title, but declined an invitation to a ceremony held decades later by the Obama White House.
|Openly made a gesture of support of the conservative Orange Order while playing for Glasgow Rangers, risking the wrath of liberal fans in the process
|PGA champion who criticized Obama
|One of the greatest ever dual players. As Taoiseach, reduced taxes and thereby increased employment in Ireland.
|outspoken Christian, describing his 2008 world championship win as "a blessing"
|endorsed Scott Brown for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts
|Is a registered Republican in Colorado.
|His Christian beliefs caused him to abstain from playing or training on Sundays. Recently endorsed the conservative New Zealand National Party
|Observes the Sabbath and does not play for his club (Newcastle) or country (Scotland) on Sundays.
|Honoured in both Scotland and China as one of their greatest ever athletes, Liddell refused to run in the 1924 Olympic 100m on a Sunday despite pressure from a number of high-ranking officials including the then Prince of Wales and future King Edward viii. He did compete in the 400m and, though it was not his best event, he won the gold medal! Returned to China as a missionary and was devoted to helping the sick and poor.
|Actively and vocally opposes Turkish dictator Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
|Supports conservative Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro
|see entry for Ronaldinho
|Becoming a born-again Christian enabled him to reform his troubled personal life
|Evangelical Christian, said God was his trainer
|Came to fame in her teens as an exhibition shooter, later to international fame in Buffalo Bill's Wild West show.
|A former player and current coach of the Italian national team, Mancini is a devout Catholic who opposes foreign-born players representing Italy.
|Played center and linebacker for the University of Michigan and led them to two undefeated championship seasons. He was later offered professional contracts by two NFL franchises, but declined in order to attend law school. Later, Ford became minority leader of the House of Representatives and was appointed Vice President following the resignation of Spiro Agnew, and then became president when Richard Nixon resigned. Ford praised and introduced conservative Robert Bork at the beginning of his contentious nomination hearings in 1987; nearly two decades earlier, congressman Ford also sought to impeach liberal Supreme Court Justice William Douglas.