Michael Jordan (1963 – ) (US, basketball) 6*NBA champion. 2.

73. Monica Seles (1973 – ) (Yugoslavia / US, tennis) Seles became the youngest winner of the French Open in 1990, aged 16. Famous for his record-breaking jump of 1968 8.90 m – which broke the record by 55cm and stood for 22 years.

Cup final. Later played in the NFL. She has won 23 single grand slam titles, 16 double titles. 82. Cristiano Ronaldo should be at least among top five , After seeing Eusebio i assumed that pujas would be up ther e as well. Not surprisingly, a lot of the teams nicknames on the list feature things.

This greatest male athletes list contains the most prominent and top males known for being athletes. Held World record at 200m and 400m. Only combat sport in the list, boxing is truly global just like Tennis and Athletics. 98. Jackie Joyner-Kersee (1962-) US, athletics. 5. Pele was the greatest footballer of the century. Donald Bradman was by far the greatest batsmen the game of cricket has ever produced.

Alex Ferguson (1941 – ) (Scotland, football) Scottish football manager who achieved unprecedented success with Aberdeen and Manchester United. He has been voted onto the All-NBA First Team twelve times and the All-Defensive First Team five times.

List RulesAny team name of a professional sports franchise, as long as it's cool, These are the best sports team in organized team sports, as ranked by the wisdom of the crowd. These great sportsmen and sportswomen are taken from a variety of sports including football, athletics, cycling, gymnastics, baseball, boxing, cycling and more. We then ranked them based on a … This greatest male athletes list contains the most prominent and top males known for being athletes. Muhammad Ali dominated the sport with his athletic prowess and formidable personality. Wayne Douglas Gretzky (1961 – ) (Canada, Ice Hockey) Gretzky is considered greatest hockey player of all time. 30. 7. Messi has led Barcelona FC to unprecedented domestic success and has been voted footballer of the year (FIFA Ballon d’Or) five times. Jan-Ove Waldner (1965 – ) (Sweden, table tennis). Major figure in US civil rights movement. 78.

Jack Nicklaus (1940 – ) (US, golf) Jack Nicklaus ‘The Great Bear’ won 18 major championships and was widely considered the greatest golfer of all time. 68. Disappointment: How Can You Forget The Great Jahangir Khan who has the world record of 500 matches winning streak? Sir Steve Redgrave (1962 – ) (Great Britain, rowing) Won five consecutive Olympic gold medals in rowing (Coxless pair, Coxed pair and Coxed Four).