5. Tiger Woods -- In a predominantly white sport, his athleticism and aggression are destined to reward him with every one of golf's hallowed records.
4. Michael Jordan -- Six NBA championships, five MVPs and the coolest nickname in the history of sports: Air.
3. Jesse Owens --
At the 1936 Olympics in Germany he rammed four gold medals (100, 200, 4 x 100 relay and long jump) up Adolf Hitler's Aryan ass and became the first black athlete to earn a shoe endorsement (Adidas).
2. Bo Jackson -- In 1989 he became the first and only athlete to make All-Star teams in the NFL and Major League Baseball in the same season.
1. Jackie Robinson -- Not only broke Major League Baseball's color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers, but at UCLA he also led the nation in football kick returns and led the Pacific Coast Conference in basketball scoring.