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Now check out our top 5:
Former NHL goalie Clint Malarchuk was one tough hombre in his playing days. What nobody knew, not even Malarchuk himself, is that his toughness was constantly being tested by more than life in the NHL.
Robin Hayes’ left foot took the brunt of the infection, and remained numb for months following the initial reaction. Her toes curled in on themselves, forcing doctors to operate to straighten them. She wasn’t sure if she would be able to walk on the foot again, much less play soccer.
In less than a year, someone can go from wanting to leave this world to wanting to compete for it.
John Sciarretta, 26, will be battling this October in Cincinnati at the Obstacle Course Racing World Championships — the sport’s equivalent to the Olympics.
We caught up with Houston Dash forward Kealia Ohai to get the scoop on what it’s like to play soccer in the National Women’s Soccer League with one functioning eye.
Ella Masar of the Houston Dash is as transparent as any player in the National Women’s Soccer League. She graciously opened up to us about growing up with a mother who suffers from severe mental illness, losing her father unexpectedly, and her love for teammate and wife, Erin McLeod.