2010

Michael Barkann

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Michael Barkann is one of Philadelphia’s best known sports media personalities as well as the Master of Ceremonies for the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremonies. Since 1997, this veteran sportscaster has been a host of myriad shows for Comcast SportsNet. He has been honored as Pennsylvania’s Sportscaster of the Year seven times… Read more »

Scot Fisher

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Scot Fisher has been at the forefront of rowing for over thirty years. Fisher has piled up a plethora of First Place finishes and rowing Championships that stretch from Philadelphia’s Main Line to Princeton, NJ and includes the nations of Israel, England and Germany. His rowing career got its start at The Haverford School where… Read more »

Larry Goldsborough

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Larry Goldsborough was a star basketball player, a first-team All-Public selection and a rare three-year starter at Overbrook High School in the late 1940’s. As Captain of the Panthers, he led Overbrook to the Public League Basketball Championship in 1948. Following the basketball season in his senior year, Goldsborough was honored with the prestigious William… Read more »

Andrea Kremer

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Philadelphia native Andrea Kremer has been described as the number one TV interviewer covering the National Football League today. Currently, she is the sideline and feature reporter for NBC’s top rated program, Sunday Night Football. In 2009, she was the sideline reporter for the Super Bowl. Both TV Guide and the L.A. Times have called… Read more »

Frank Levine

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In July of 2009, Frank Levine established a world track record in the 5,000 meter race at the USA National Track & Field Championships held in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. He was 95 years old. Five years earlier, at age 90, he set a world record for the 3,000 meters in Landover, MD. Both records still stand…. Read more »

Brian Roberts

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Brian Roberts is known throughout the world as the Chairman and CEO of Comcast Corporation. What is far less known about Roberts is that he was a squash player who won a gold medal with the U.S. squash team in 2005 and silver at the 1981, 1985, 1997 and 2009 Maccabiah Games in Israel. A… Read more »

Richard Rosenbleeth

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Fittingly, Richard Rosenbleeth was born a short distance from both West Philadelphia High School and the University of Pennsylvania, for he fulfilled a boyhood dream by starring in football for each institution. From 1947 to 1950, he played tailback for West Philly High in the signature offensive formation of the era, the single wing and… Read more »

Alan Stein

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Former Philadelphian Alan Stein has achieved great success in the fields of high finance and California State politics. But it’s his accomplishments on the basketball court that have earned Stein induction into the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame. Stein was a two-sport star at Overbrook High School. He earned three letters on the varsity… Read more »