Arnold Schwarzenegger used to be the youngest Mr. Universe ever at the age of 20. He was raised in a very strict catholic home. Now he turns 60 and some like the idea of having him as President of the United States. God bless Arnold.
USA TODAY lists 25 people who moved the editorial staff in the past quarter-century.
Here are sportswomen and -men among them:
#5 Lance Armstrong
#14 Arthur Ashe
#15 U.S. Women’s Soccer Team, 1999
#19 Pat Tillman
#20 Muhammad Ali
Spiritual people are just found in the top 10:
#7 Pope John Paul II
#10 Mother Teresa
Henry G. Brinton knows of 250 people who after a worship service ran a half-marathon, 13.1 miles. Being pastor of Fairfax Presbyterian Church in Virginia he’s aware that that 76% of Christian clergy are either overweight or obese (compared with 61% of the general population). Lucky enough there are programs that help moving closer to a life of integrity by pursuing health and wholeness in weekend worship and weekday workouts such as Body & Soul Ministries and those covered by Faith & Fitness Magazine.
David Beckham debuts with LA Galaxy spending just 12 minutes on-field. He is much more interested in divine family affairs:
“I’d love a little girl but we’re blessed to have three beautiful boys. And if we’re blessed to have another one or two children then that would be a blessing”, Becks said.
… was as subtle as a fart in church, says the Sports Frog.