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athletes born in 1963

  • Jeff Atkinson
    Jeff Atkinson
    Jeff Atkinson

    Jeffrey Patrick Atkinson (born February 24, 1963 in Manhattan Beach, California), the male former middle distance runner from the United States

  • Manu Bertin
    Manu Bertin
    Manu Bertin

    Emmanuel Bertin known as Manu Bertin (March 19 1963, in Toulon in France), one of the pioneers of the sport of Kite surfing

  • Marc Mero
    Marc Mero

    Marc Mero (born July 9, 1963), the American retired amateur boxer and professional wrestler

  • Ivan Henjak
    Ivan Henjak

    Ivan Henjak born in Australia, the former rugby league player who played for St. George Dragons, Canberra and Wests

  • Howard Lederer
    Howard Lederer

    Howard Lederer (fl. 2000s), the American poker player & author

  • Gary Ellerson
    Gary Ellerson
    Gary Ellerson

    Gary Tobius Ellerson (born July 17, 1963, in Albany, Georgia,), the former American football player with the University of Wisconsin–Madison, the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions

  • Gates Brown
    Gates Brown

    William James "Gates" Brown (born in Crestline, Ohio on May 2, 1939), the former Major League Baseball player who spent his entire career with the Detroit Tigers (1963–1975)

  • Hakeem Olajuwon
    Hakeem Olajuwon

    Hakeem Olajuwon (born 1963), the basketball player

  • Mark McGwire
    Mark McGwire

    Shrek (born October 1, 1963), nicknamed "Big Mac", the former Major League Baseball player who played his major league career with the Oakland Athletics and the St. Louis Cardinals

  • Mike Plotcheck
    Mike Plotcheck
    Mike Plotcheck

    Mike Plotcheck (born December 27, 1963), the American professional wrestler and mixed martial artist, also known by the ring names Bart Gunn and Mike Barton

  • Rob Thomson
    Rob Thomson
    Rob Thomson

    Robert Thomson (born August 16, 1963, in Sarnia, Ontario), the third base coach for the New York Yankees

  • Rohini Khadilkar
    Rohini Khadilkar

    Rohini Khadilkar (born April 1, 1963, in Mumbai), the former women's chess champion of India

  • Tony Chimel
    Tony Chimel

    Anthony (Tony) Chimel (born October 11 1967), the current SmackDown! ring announcer

  • Riku Kiri
    Riku Kiri

    Riku Kiri (born April 5, 1963, in Kotka, Finland), the Finnish sportsman, best known for competing in the World's Strongest Man competition, narrowly missing out on capturing the title on more than one occasion

  • Rashidi Yekini
    Rashidi Yekini

    Rashidi Yekini (born October 23, 1964 in Kaduna), the former football striker from Nigeria

  • Monty Sopp
    Monty Sopp

    Monty Kip Sopp (born November 11, 1963), the American professional wrestler, best known as Billy Gunn during his tenure for World Wrestling Entertainment

  • Phillip Dutton
    Phillip Dutton

    Phillip Peter Dutton, OAM (born 13 September 1963), the Olympic-level equestrian rider

  • Rajmond Debevec
    Rajmond Debevec

    Rajmond Debevec, born in Slovenia, on March 29, 1963

  • Edwin Rosario
    Edwin Rosario

    Edwin Rosario (1961-1997), the world champion boxer

  • Juan Gilberto Funes
    Juan Gilberto Funes

    Juan Gilberto Funes (8 March 1963 – 11 January 1992), nicknamed "El Búfalo" (The Buffalo), the Argentine football player, known for his physical style of play

  • Borislav Mikhailov
    Borislav Mikhailov

    Borislav Mikhailov (or Mihaylov) (born 12 February 1963), the former Bulgarian football goalkeeper

  • Alexander Vladimirovich Popov
    Alexander Vladimirovich Popov
    Alexander Vladimirovich Popov

    Alexandr Vladimirovich Popov (born February 22 1963 in Tobolsk), the Russian biathlete who competed for the USSR, the Unified Team and Belarus

  • Carroll Hardy
    Carroll Hardy

    Carroll William Hardy, the former outfielder in Major League Baseball who played for the Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox, Houston Colt.45s and Minnesota Twins

  • Patrick "Pat" Tanaka, the semi-retired American professional wrestler best known for his work in the American Wrestling Association as one half of Badd Company and the World Wrestling Federation as one half of The Orient Express

  • Pat Micheletti

    Patrick J. Micheletti, the former American ice hockey centre who appeared in a total of 12 National Hockey League regular season games with the Minnesota North Stars in 1987-88 but spent most of his career in the minor leagues

  • Pastor Fernandez

    Pastor Fernandez, the football player in the National League of Costa Rica during the 1980s

  • Paul Cullen

    Paul Cullen, the head coach of Co-operative Championship club Widnes Vikings

  • Reed Pierce

    Reed Pierce (born on April 24, 1963, Jackson, Mississippi), the American professional pool player

  • Billy Etbauer, the American cowboy and rodeo rider

  • Pasqual Sanchis Moscardó

    Pasqual Sanchis Moscardó (El Genovés, 1963), the Valencian pilota professional player known as Pigat II. Son of the Raspall player Pigat I and brother of Pigat III, Pasqual has been a renowned "dauer" in the Escala i corda variety

  • Bobby DePaul

    Bobby DePaul, the former Director of Pro Personnel for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League

  • Azman bin Abdullah (born 28 November 1986) in Singapore, the renowned Singaporean bodybuilder who became a local icon and world-leading sportsman in the 1990s

  • Normand Léveillé, the retired Canadian professional hockey left winger who played 2 seasons in the National Hockey League for the Boston Bruins, where he, sometimes called "Norm Leveille

  • Michael Nunn (born March 14, 1964 in Davenport, Iowa as Michael John Nunn), the American boxer

  • Matthew Gribble

    Matthew O. "Matt" Gribble (March 28, 1962 - March 21, 2004), the Olympic and World Record holding swimmer from the United States

  • Dag Wennlund

    Dag Wennlund (born 1963-10-06 in Mariestad), the retired javelin thrower from Sweden, who represented his native country at three consecutive Summer Olympics (1988, 1992 and 1996)

  • Mike Schad

    Michael Schad (born on October 4, 1963 in Belleville, Ontario, Canada), the former American football offensive lineman in the National Football League

  • Mubarak bin Ghanim Mubarak (مبارك غنيم), (born 3 September 1963), the footballer from UAE who played as a centre back for Al-khaleej Club in Sharjah, and the UAE national football team

  • Renato Corsi (born in 1963 in Manhattan, USA), the American-Argentine footballer

  • Nick Thometz (September 16, 1963), the American speed-skater

  • Pam Casale-Telford (born in December 20, 1963 in Camden, New Jersey), the former professional tennis player from the United States

  • Rich Chernomaz

    Richard "Cherno" Chernomaz (born September 1, 1963 in Selkirk, Manitoba), the retired ice hockey right winger; he also worked as head coach in the German Hockey League (DEL)

  • Simon Brown

    Simon Brown (born August 15, 1963, in Clarendon, Jamaica), the professional boxer

  • Sibby Flowers

    Sibby Flowers (born 1963), the Olympic weightlifter for the United States

  • Shirley Thomas

    Shirley Thomas b 15/06/1963, the retired British sprinter who competed mainly in the 100m and 4x100m relay

  • Simon Yates (born 1963), the English mountaineer best known through the book Touching the Void by Joe Simpson, and the film of the same name

  • Tom Kain

    Tom Kain (born July 1, 1963), the Nike Director of Global Marketing (Soccer)

  • Wayne Fereday (born Warley, West Midlands, June 16 1963), the former professional footballer

  • Tracy Ham, the retired Canadian Football League quarterback for the Edmonton Eskimos, Baltimore Stallions, and the Montreal Alouettes who was born January 5, 1965 in Gainsville, Florida

  • Tony Champion

    Tony Champion, the former American football and Canadian Football League player

  • Sha-ri Pendleton, the former world class hurdler, javelin thrower, and aspiring bodybuilder of the mid, and late 1980s

  • Scott M. Gordon (born February 6, 1963), the American-born professional hockey coach and former professional hockey goaltender

  • Armando Castagna (born 22 September 1963 in Arzignano), the former Italian international motorcycle speedway rider

  • Ricky Walford (born in Walgett, New South Wales), the Australian former rugby league player for the Sydney Roosters, North Sydney Bears and the St. George Dragons

  • Richard Stakelum

    Richard Stakelum (born 1963), the former Irish sportsperson

  • Rita Fatialofa

    Rita Fatialofa-Paloto, the Samoan sportsperson who played netball and softball for New Zealand

  • Antoaneta Todorova-Selenska (born 1963-06-08 in Sanovodene), the former javelin thrower from Bulgaria, who set the world record and the world's best year performance in 1981

  • Sandra Greaves

    Sandra Greaves (born June 17, 1963 in St. Boniface, Manitoba), the retired judoka from Canada, who won the gold medal in the women's middleweight (- 66 kg) competition at the 1987 Pan American Games

  • Andreas Beutler

    Andreas Beutler (born January 26, 1963), the retired professional ice hockey defender

  • Rocco Romano

    Rocco Romano, CFL's DeMarco-Becket Memorial Trophy winner in 1994 & 1996 for the Calgary Stampeders; Awarded originally to the player selected as the outstanding lineman in the West Division

  • Mark Greatbatch

    Mark John Greatbatch (born on December 11, 1963 in Auckland), the New Zealand cricketer

  • Dale Walters (born September 27, 1963 in Port Alice, British Columbia), the Canadian boxer who won a bantamweight bronze medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics

  • Glyn Hodges (born 30 April, 1963 in Streatham, the Welsh football manager and former player, currently managing the Blackburn Rovers reserve team

  • Giovanni Franceschi

    Giovanni Franceschi (born 25 April 1963 in Milan), the Italian swimmer who won two five medals in medley disciplines at European Championships of 1981–1983

  • Gillian Coultard, the retired English football player, and former England captain

  • Gilles Rousset

    Gilles Rousset (born August 22, 1963, in Hyères, Var), the French former professional footballer, who played as a goalkeeper

  • Gokor Chivichyan (born 1963), the Armenian-American Judo, submission grappling, and mixed martial arts instructor

  • Grete Mogensen

    Grete Mogensen (later Grete Kragekjær), the retired female badminton player from Denmark

  • Holger Freitag

    Holger Freitag, the retired German ski jumper

  • Hannu Virta

    Hannu Virta (born March 22, 1963, in Turku, Finland), the retired Finnish professional ice hockey defenceman

  • David Kibet

    David Kibet, the former Kenyan middle distance runner who won a bronze medal at the African Championships 1990 over 1500 m. Kibet finished tenth in the 1992 Summer Olympics final and seventh in the 1991 World Championships

  • Gilbert Bodart (born September 2, 1962 in Ougrée), the Belgian football manager who was working for La Louvière in the Jupiler League until 21 February 2006

  • Georgios Plitsis

    Takis Parafestas (born August 10, 1963 in Greece), the former football Goalkeeper

  • Erik Kristiansen

    Erik Kristiansen, the Norwegian ice hockey player born in Hamar, Norway

  • Dietmar Roth

    Dietmar Roth (born September 16, 1963), the former German footballer

  • Radjindernath "Edu" Nandlal (born 1963 or 1964 in Paramaribo), the retired Dutch-Suriname footballer

  • Foo Kok Keong, the former badminton star from Malaysia who rated among the world's best singles players from the late 1980's to the mid 1990's. Not a stylish looking player, he, noted for his quickness, stamina, and never-say-die tenacity

  • Francesca Petitjean, the professional female bodybuilder from France

  • George Hines

    George Hines, the semi-retired American professional wrestler, best known by his ringname Jackie Fulton, who competed in regional and independent promotions including the American Wrestling Association, East Coast Championship Wrestling

  • Dawn Principe (born Dawn Vivienne Principe on October 19, 1963), the female bodybuilder

  • Debbie Doom (born 1963 in Las Vegas, Nevada), the pitcher for, among others, UCLA and the United States' national softball team just prior to the major boom in the sport's popularity both in America and worldwide

  • David Empringham (Born December 28th, 1963 in Toronto, Ontario), the Canadian auto racing driver

  • Igor Shkvyrin, the former footballer from Uzbekistan

  • Kim Dong-Kil

    Kim Dong-Kil, the amateur South Korean boxer

  • Kim Andersen

    Kim Andersen (born 1963 in Klampenborg, Denmark), the jockey in Scandinavian horse racing

  • Ken Karcher (born July 1, 1963 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), the American football coach and former quarterback

  • Julio Estrada, better known as Rico Suave, the Puerto Rican professional wrestler who wrestles in the World Wrestling Council promotion

  • Lance Chomyc (born 1963 in Edmonton, Alberta), the former placekicker from 1985-1993 for the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League

  • Liam Walsh

    Liam Walsh (born 1963), former Irish sportsperson

  • Manuel Herreros

    Manuel Herreros, also known as "Champi", (born on April 20, 1963 in Villarrobledo, Spain), the former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer

  • Donato "Dan" Sileo (born January 3, 1963 in Stamford, Connecticut), the sports radio personality and former professional football player

  • Malcolm Dunford, the successful New Zealand soccer player who frequently represented his country in the 1980s and 90s

  • Abdulrahman Mohamed

    Abdulrahman Mohamed Abdullah (عبدالرحمن محمد عبدالله) (born 1963-10-01), the UAE football (soccer) player who played as a midfielder for the UAE national football team and Al-Nasr Club in Dubai

  • José Antonio Hernando de Juana (born September 17, 1959), the retired boxer from Spain, who represented his native country at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California

  • James Eugene Avant (born December 7, 1963 in Louisiana), the American jockey in Thoroughbred horse racing

  • Jacky Martens (born on July 3, 1963, Lommel, Belgium), the former professional motocross rider and F.I.M. 500cc Motocross World Champion

  • Dave O'Brien, the American sportscaster who currently works for ESPN, Westwood One, and the Boston Red Sox Radio Network

  • Jayice "J. C." Pearson (born August 17, 1963 in Oceanside, California), the retired National Football League defensive back

  • Dane Johnson

    Dane Edward Johnson (born February 10, 1963 in Coral Gables, Florida), the retired Major League Baseball pitcher

  • Jordanco Davitkov (born 1963, ), the former coach of the Macedonian National Basketball Team, having resigned on June 21, 2007

  • Joe Dooley

    Joe Dooley (born 1964), the former Irish sportsperson who played hurling for Offaly in the 1980s and 1990s

  • João Vianna

    João José ("Pipoka") Vianna (born November 15, 1963 in Trabajara), the former basketball player from Brazil

  • Dmitry Pietrman

    Dmitry Piterman,(born December 18, 1963), the Ukrainian-American businessman

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