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International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame

The International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame (Hebrew: יד לאיש הספורט היהודי‎, romanizedYad L'ish HaSport HaYehudi) was opened July 7, 1981 in Netanya, Israel. It honors Jewish athletes and their accomplishments from anywhere around the world.

The International Jewish
Sports Hall of Fame
IJSHF.jpg
AbbreviationIJSHF
FormationJuly 7, 1981; 38 years ago (1981-07-07)
TypeHall of Fame
HeadquartersNetanya, Israel
Coordinates32°15′39.37″N 34°50′7.42″E / 32.2609361°N 34.8353944°E / 32.2609361; 34.8353944
Region served
Worldwide
Chairman
Alan Sherman
Websitewww.jewishsports.net

It is located at the Wingate Institute for Physical Education and Sport. It has inducted over 300 athletes and sportspersons representing 25 countries.[1] The Hall elects new honorees each year, with submissions due December 1 for votes for the following year, and a formal induction ceremony taking place several days prior to the Maccabiah Games every four years.[2]

The Hall was founded by Joseph M. Siegman, a television producer and writer who lives in Beverly Hills, California.[3] He chaired the Hall from 1981 to 1989, and later served as chairman of its Selection Committee.

The IJSHoF is separate from the National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, an American hall of fame that honors only American Jews.

InducteesEdit

Name Country Field Year
Ruth Aarons*   USA Table Tennis 2019
Harold Abrahams*   Great Britain Track & Field 1981
Amy Alcott   USA Golf 2000
Jo Aleh   New Zealand Sailing 2017
Doc Alexander*   USA American Football 1985
Mel Allen   USA Media 1980
Lyle Alzado*   USA American Football 2008
Yael Arad   Israel Judo 2010
Ray Arcel   USA Boxing 1992
Tom Archie   USA Track & Field 2001
Abe Attell*   USA Boxing 1983
Monte Attell*   USA Boxing 2015[4]
Red Auerbach   USA Basketball 1979
Ilya Averbukh   Russia Figure Skating 2015[4]
Albert Axelrod   USA Fencing 1993
Arthur Baar   Austria Association Football 1982
Aron "Ali" Bacher   South Africa Cricket 1991
William Bachrach*   USA Swimming coach 1994
Max Baer*   USA Boxing 2010
Sam Balter   USA Basketball/Media 1994
Viktor (Győző) Barna*   Hungary/  Great Britain Table Tennis 1981
Herman Barron*   USA Golf 1993
István Barta*   Hungary Water Polo 1998
Harris Barton   USA American Football 2009
Benny Bass*   USA Boxing 1994
Doug Beal   USA Volleyball 2001
Adriana Behar   Brazil Beach Volleyball 2006
Valeri Belenki   Azerbaijan/  Germany Gymnastics 2013
Semion Belits-Giman   Russia Swimming 2017
Laszlo Bellak*   Hungary Table Tennis 1995
Louis "Lulu" Bender*   USA Basketball 2012
Carina Benninga   Netherlands Field Hockey 2000
Senda Berenson*   USA Basketball 1987
Jack Kid Berg*   Great Britain Boxing 1993
Isaac Berger   USA Weightlifting 1980
Samuel Berger*   USA Boxing 1985
Richard Bergmann*   Austria Table Tennis 1982
Jack Bernstein*   USA Boxing 2000
Kenny Bernstein   USA Auto Racing 2006
Gary Bettman   USA Ice Hockey 2016
Morris "Whitey" Bimstein*   USA Boxing 2008
Arthur Bluethenthal*   USA American Football 1997
Walter Blum   USA Horse Racing 1991
György Bródy*   Hungary Water Polo 1982
Tal Brody   Israel Basketball 1996
Larry Brown   USA Basketball 1990
Harry Boykoff*   USA Basketball 2013
Jozsef Braun*   Hungary Soccer 2017
Ellen Burka   Canada Figure Skating 2010
Petra Burka   Canada Figure Skating 2012
Angela Buxton   Great Britain Tennis 1981
Alain Calmat   France Figure Skating 1987
Zefania Carmel*   Israel Yachting 1982[5]
Joe Choynski*   USA Boxing 1991
Robert Cohen   France Boxing 1988
Sasha Cohen   USA Figure Skating 2019
Lillian Copeland*   USA Track & Field 1979
Howard Cosell   USA Media 1993
Harry Danning   USA Baseball 2000
Pierre Darmon   France Tennis 1997
Al Davis*[6]   USA American Football 2014
Umberto De Morpurgo*   Italy Tennis 1993
Robert Dover   USA Equestrian 2013
Yves Dreyfus   France Fencing 1956
1964
Barney Dreyfuss*   USA Baseball 1979
Dutch Olympians, 1928[7]*   Netherlands Gymnastics 1997
"Dutch Sam" Elias*   UK Boxing 2011
Nikolai Epshteen   Russia Ice Hockey 2001
Charlotte Epstein*   USA Swimming 1982
Anthony Ervin   USA Swimming 2017
László Fábián   Hungary Canoeing 1996
Jackie Fields*   USA Boxing 1979
Herbert Flam*   USA Tennis 1992
Alfred Flatow*   Germany Gymnastics 1981
Gustav Flatow*   Germany Gymnastics 1989
Nat Fleischer*   USA Media 1985
Myriam Fox-Jerusalmi   France Canoeing 2018
Bobby Frankel*   USA Horse Racing 2011
Gal Fridman   Israel Sailing 2005
Benny Friedman*   USA American Football 1979
Max Friedman*   USA Basketball 1994
Jenő Fuchs*   Hungary Fencing 1982
Tamás Gábor   Hungary Fencing 1996
János Garay*   Hungary Fencing 1990
Mitch Gaylord   USA Gymnastics 1988
Aaron "Okey" Geffen   South Africa Rugby Union 1998
Leonid Geishtor   Russia
(  Belarus)
Canoeing 2018
Dr. Oszkár Gerde*   Hungary Fencing 1989
Sid Gillman   USA American Football 1991
Sir Arthur A. Gold   Great Britain Track & Field Administrator, anti-doping campaigner 1987
Bill Goldberg   USA Professional Wrestling 2010
Marshall Goldberg   USA American Football 1980
Charles "Buckets" Goldenberg*   USA American Football 1993
Israel Charley Goldman*   USA Boxing 1999
Abe Goldstein*   USA Boxing 2016
Margie Goldstein-Engle   USA Equestrian 2009
Reuven "Ruby" Goldstein*   USA Boxing 1995
Sándor Gombos*   Hungary Fencing 1997
Aleksandr Gomelsky   Soviet Union Basketball 1981
Sid Gordon*   USA Baseball 2010
Maria Gorokhovskaya*   Soviet Union Gymnastics 1991
Brian Gottfried   USA Tennis 1999
Eddie Gottlieb*   USA Basketball 1980
Jim Grabb   USA Tennis 2013
Milton Green   USA Track & Field 1997
Shawn Green[6]   USA Baseball 2014
Hank Greenberg   USA Baseball 1979
Sherman Greenfeld   Canada Racquetball 2015[4]
Abie Grossfeld   USA Gymnastics 1992
Gary Gubner   USA Track & Field 2001
George Gulack   USA Gymnastics 1984
Boris Maksovich Gurevich   Soviet Union Wrestling 1987
Boris Mikhailovich Gurevich   Soviet Union Wrestling 1982
Béla Guttmann   Hungary Association Football 1981
Ludwig "Poppa" Guttmann*   Germany
  Great Britain
Contributor 1981
Baruch Hagai   Israel Wheelchair Basketball 2013
Alfréd Hajos-Guttmann*   Hungary Swimming 1981
SC Hakoah Wien   Austria Association Football 1982
Alphonse Halimi   France
(  Algeria)
Boxing 1989
Sydney Halter   Canada Canadian Football 2006
Willie Harmatz   USA Horse Racing 1999
Johan Harmenberg   Sweden Fencing 1997
Harry Harris*   USA Boxing 1996
Sigmund Harris*   USA American Football 1994
Cecil Hart*   Canada Ice Hockey 1992
Ben Hatskin*   Canada Ice Hockey 2019
Lew Hayman*   Canada Canadian Football 2004
Ladislav Hecht*   Slovakia Tennis 2005
Julie Heldman   USA Tennis 2001
Ben Helfgott   Great Britain Weightlifting 1995
Lilli Henoch*   Germany Track & Field 1990
Otto Herschmann*   Austria Swimming 1989
Victor Hershkowitz   USA Handball 1991
Nikolaus Hirschl*   Austria Wrestling 1993
Marty Hogan   USA Racquetball 1996
Marshall Holman   USA Bowling 2006
Nat Holman   USA Basketball 1979
Ken Holtzman   USA Baseball 1995
William "Red" Holzman   USA Basketball 1988
Sarah Hughes   USA Figure Skating 2005
Maria Itkina   Soviet Union Track & Field 1991
Jerry Izenberg[6]   USA Media 2014
Joe Jacobi   USA Canoeing 2005
Hirsch Jacobs*   USA Horse Racing 1979
Jimmy Jacobs   USA Handball 1979
Sada Jacobson   USA Fencing 2012
Irving Jaffee   USA Speed Skating 1979
Allan Jay   Great Britain Fencing 1985
Ben Jeby*   USA Boxing 2012
Endre Kabos   Hungary Fencing 1986
Rena Kanokogi (aka Rusty Glickman)*   USA Judo 2011
Jonathan Kaplan   South Africa Rugby Union 2016
Louis "Kid" Kaplan*   USA Boxing 1986
Károly Kárpáti   Hungary Wrestling 1994
Gennadi Karponosov   Russia Figure Skating 2001
Elias Katz*   Finland Track & Field 1981
Ágnes Keleti (Klein)   Hungary Gymnastics 1981
Abel Kiviat   USA Track & Field 1984
Traute Kleinova*   Czech Republic Table Tennis 1994
Ilana Kloss   South Africa Tennis 2010
Erwin Kohn*   Austria/  Argentina Table Tennis 2012
Béla Komjádi (HU)*   Hungary Water Polo 1992
Zsuzsa Körmöczy (Suzy Kormoczy)*   Hungary Tennis 2007
Lee-El Korzits   Israel Sailing 2017
Sandy Koufax   USA Baseball 1979
Lenny Krayzelburg   USA Swimming 2005
Solly Krieger*   USA Boxing 1997
Grigori Kriss   Soviet Union Fencing 1989
Lily Kronberger*   Hungary Figure Skating 1983
Daniela Krukower   Argentina Judo 2013
Alfred Kuchevsky*   Soviet Union/  Russia Ice Hockey 2011
Shaul Ladany   Israel Track & Field 2012
Rudy LaRusso[6]   USA Basketball 2014
Henry Laskau   USA Track & Field 1996
Lydia Lazarov   Israel Yachting 1982[8]
Keren Leibovitch   Israel Swimming 2008
Benny Leonard*   USA Boxing 1979
Battling (Barney Lebrowitz) Levinsky*   USA Boxing 1982
Edward L. Levy*   Great Britain Weightlifting 1988
Marv Levy   USA American Football 1998
Fred Lewis   USA Handball 2011
Harry Lewis*   USA Boxing 2002
Ted "Kid" Lewis*   Great Britain Boxing 1983
Jason Lezak   USA Swimming 2006
Mike Lieberthal   USA Baseball 2016
Mort Lindsey   USA Bowling 1997
Alexandre Lippmann*   France Fencing 1984
Harry Litwack   USA Basketball 1980
Benny Lom*   USA American Football 1996
Long Island University Basketball Team, 1935-36[9]*   USA Basketball 2018
Sid Luckman   USA American Football 1979
Tatiana Lysenko   Ukraine Gymnastics 2002
Joe Magidsohn*   USA American Football 1999
Gyula Mandl*   Hungary Association Football 1982
Jack Marchant   Soviet Union Yachting 1987
Nicolas Massú   Chile Tennis 2016
Al McCoy*   USA Boxing 1989
Hugo Meisl*   Austria Association Football 1981
Fania Melnik   Soviet Union Track & Field 1984
Daniel Mendoza*   Great Britain Boxing 1981
Ferenc Mező*   Hungary Contributor 1986
Mark Midler   Soviet Union Fencing 1983
Walter Miller*   USA Horse Racing 1983
Ron Mix   USA American Football 1980
Ivor Montagu   Great Britain Table Tennis 1984
Samuel Mosberg*   USA Boxing 1985
Armand Mouyal   France Fencing 1988
Charles "Buddy" Myer*   USA Baseball 1992[10]
Lon Myers*   USA Track & Field 1980
Alfred Nakache*   France Swimming 1993
Paul Neumann*   Austria Swimming 1984
Ed Newman   USA American Football 1995
Harry Newman   USA American Football 1992
Tzvi Nishri (Orloff)*   Israel Contributor 1981
Syd Nomis   South Africa Rugby Union 1999
Grigori Novak*   Soviet Union Weightlifting 1985
Fred Oberlander   Canada Wrestling 1991
Tom Okker   Netherlands Tennis 2003
Bob Olin*   USA Boxing 2008
Donna Geils Orender   USA Basketball 2015[4]
Ivan Osiier*   Denmark Fencing 1986
Victor "Young" Perez*   Tunisia Boxing 1986
Attila Petschauer*   Hungary Fencing 1985
Philadelphia Sphas   USA Basketball 1996
Lip Pike*   USA Baseball 1985
Zhanna Pintusevich-Block   Ukraine Track & Field 2009
Maurice Podoloff*   USA Basketball 1989
Daniel Prenn   Germany Tennis 1981
Myer Prinstein*   USA Track & Field 1982
Yakiv Punkin*   Ukraine
(  Soviet Union)
Wrestling 2018
Aly Raisman   USA Gymnastics 2013
Béla Rajki-Reich (HU)   Hungary Water Polo 2000
Mark Rakita   Soviet Union Fencing 1988
Marilyn Ramenofsky   USA Swimming 1988
Mauri Rose*   USA Auto Racing 2007
Al Rosen   USA Baseball 1980
Harry Rosen   USA Softball 1993
Mel Rosen   USA Track & Field 2004
Allen Rosenberg   USA Rowing 1994
Charlie Rosenberg*   USA Boxing 1990
Wilf Rosenberg   South Africa Rugby Union and Rugby League 1994
Maxie Rosenbloom*   USA Boxing 1984
Leonard Rosenbluth   USA Basketball 2003
Albert Rosenfeld*   Australia Rugby League 2006
Fanny Rosenfeld*   Canada Track & Field 1982
Barney Ross*   USA Boxing 1979
Victor Ross*   USA Lacrosse 1995
Mark Roth   USA Bowling 1992
Esther Roth-Sachmarov   Israel Track & Field 2013
Leon Rotman   Romania Canoeing 1981
Emília Rotter   Hungary Figure Skating 1995
Angelica Rozeanu*   Romania Table Tennis 1981
Louis Rubenstein*   Canada Figure Skating 1981
Mendy Rudolph*   USA Basketball 1989
Steve Sandler   USA Handball 2015[4]
Abe Saperstein*   USA Basketball 1979
Miklós Sárkány   Hungary Water Polo 1990
Richard Savitt   USA Tennis 1979
Dolph Schayes   USA Basketball 1979
Jody Scheckter   South Africa Auto Racing 1983
Fred Schmertz   USA Track and Field 1989
Mathieu Schneider[6]   USA Ice Hockey 2014
Corporal Isadore “Corporal Izzy” Schwartz*   USA Boxing 1998
Barney Sedran*   USA Basketball 1989
Allan "Bud" Selig[6]   USA Baseball 2014
Arie Selinger   Israel Volleyball 2016
Eugene Selznick   USA Volleyball 2002
Sergey Sharikov   Russia Fencing 2003
Yelena Shushunova   Soviet Union Gymnastics 2005
Michael Sigel   USA Billiards 2011
Al Singer*   USA Boxing 2006
Anna Sipos*   Hungary Table Tennis 1996
Irina Slutskaya   Russia Figure Skating 2009
Harold Solomon   USA Tennis 2004
Jack Solomons*   Great Britain Boxing 2004
Moe Spahn*   USA Basketball 1993
Frank Spellman   USA Weightlifting 1983
Don Spero   USA Rowing 1993
Mark Spitz   USA Swimming 1979
David Stern   USA Basketball 1998
Georges Stern*   France Horse Racing 1993
Steve Stone   USA Baseball 2004
Joel Stransky   South Africa Rugby Union 2009
Earl Strom*   USA Basketball 2008
Kerri Strug   USA Gymnastics 2000
Miklos Szabados*   Hungary Table Tennis 1987
Éva Székely   Hungary Swimming 1981
Irena Szewińska (née Kirszenstein)   Poland Track & Field 1981
Sid Tanenbaum*   USA Basketball 1997
Brian Teacher[6]   USA Tennis 2014
Eliot Teltscher   USA Tennis 2009
Judit Temes*   Hungary Swimming 2016
Lew Tendler*   USA Boxing 1992
Leah Thall-Neuberger*   USA Table Tennis 1999
Thelma "Tybie" Thall-Sommer   USA Table Tennis 2017
David "Pep" Tobey*   USA Basketball 1995
Allen Tolmich   USA Track & Field 2002
Shaun Tomson   South Africa Surfing 1995
Gyula Török   Hungary Boxing 2018
Dara Torres   USA Swimming 2005
David Tyshler*   Soviet Union/  Russia Fencing 2015[4]
Galina Urbanovich*   Soviet Union Gymnastics 2016
Sheila van Damm*   Great Britain Auto Racing 2019
Eduard Vinokurov   Soviet Union Fencing 2007
Garrett Weber-Gale   USA Swimming 2015[4]
Richárd Weisz*   Hungary Wrestling 1983
Matt Wells*   Great Britain Boxing 2007
Sylvia Wene   USA Bowling 1979
Lajos Werkner*   Hungary Fencing 1999
Ben Wildman-Tobriner   USA Swimming 2018
Henry Wittenberg*   USA Wrestling 1979
Wallace "Wally" Wolf*[6]   USA Swimming, Water Polo 2014
Kevin Youkilis   USA Baseball 2019
Young Dutch Sam
(Samuel Evans)
  Great Britain Boxing 2018
Chagai Zamir   Israel Volleyball 1998
Max Zaslofsky*   USA Basketball 1983

Pillar of AchievementEdit

The Pillar of Achievement recognizes Jewish men and women who have made significant contributions to sports and to the world community through sports.

Name Country Field Year
Jesse Abramson*   USA Media 1995
Maury Allen   USA Media 2009
Jehoshua Alouf   Israel Official/Administrator 1981
Robert Atlasz   Israel Official/Administrator 1986
Baruch Bagg   Israel Official/Administrator 1981
Moe Berg   USA Baseball/Patriot 1983
Gretel Bergmann   Germany Track & Field 1980
Ira Berkow   USA Media 2006
Dr. Richard Blum   Germany Official/Administrator 1983
Alfréd Brüll   Hungary Official/Administrator 1995
John Brunswick   USA Bowling 1996
Daniel Bukantz   USA Official/Administrator 2001
Si Burick*   USA Media 2000
Murray Chass   USA Media 2012
Haskell Cohen   USA Official/Media 1991
Dan Daniel*   USA Media 1996
Bill Davidson*   USA Basketball 2012
Massimo Della Pergola   Italy Official/Media 1989
Judith Deutsch   Austria Swimming 1981
Lajos Dömény-Deutsch*   Hungary Official/Administrator 1995
Leo Donáth   Hungary Swimming 1999
Leone Efrati   Italy Boxing 2000
Al Munro Elias*   USA Media 2003
Red Fisher   Canada Media 1999
György Szepesi (né Friedländer)   Hungary Media 1998
Ian Froman   South Africa Tennis 1991
Harry L. Getz   South Africa Official/Administrator 1985
Emmanuel Gill   Israel Official/Administrator 1983
Harry Glickman   USA Official/Administrator 1995
Marty Glickman   USA Media 1996
Chaim Glovinsky   Israel Official/Administrator 1982
Julius Goldman   Canada Basketball 1999
Kenneth Gradon   Great Britain Official/Administrator 2002
Al Greenberg   USA Media 1993
Bud Greenspan   USA Media 1995
Pierre Guildesgame   Great Britain Official/Administrator 1985
Allen Guttmann   USA Media 2013
Lester Harrison   USA Basketball 1991
Sidney Halter   Canada Football 2005
Gladys Heldman   USA Tennis/Media 1989
Harry Henshel   USA Official/Administrator 1983
Jerome Holtzman*   USA Media 2005
Joseph Inbar   Israel Official/Administrator 1989
Mike Jacobs   USA Boxing 1993
Hank Kaplan   USA Media 2004
Henry Kaplan   USA Boxing 2004
Ferenc Kemény   Hungary Official/Administrator 1996
Leonard Koppett   USA Media 2011
Kurt Lamm   USA Soccer 1993
Harold Landesberg   USA Official/Administrator 1983
Fred Lebow   USA Official/Administrator 1994
Dr. Herman Leweller   USA Official/Administrator 1987
A.J. Liebling*   USA Media 1998
Bill Lippy   USA Official/Administrator 1997
Willy Meisl*   Germany
  Great Britain
Media 1986
Marvin Miller   USA Official/Administrator 2001
Barney Nagler*   USA Media 1992
Ben Olan   USA Media 1994
Murray Olderman   USA Media 1997
Charles Ornstein*   USA Official/Administrator 1984
Orna Ostfeld   Israel Basketball 2009
Bernard Postal*   USA Media 1986
Shirley Povich   USA Media 1992
Julia Jones Pugliese*   USA Fencing 2002
Jimmie Reese*   USA Baseball 1995
Joe Reichler*   USA Media 2008
Harold U. Ribalow*   USA Media 2009
Ed Sabol   USA Media 1996
Al Schacht*   USA Baseball 2008
Dick Schaap*   USA Media 2003
Eric Seelig*   Germany Boxing 1992
Joseph Shane   USA Official/Administrator 2002
Jesse Silver   USA Media 1989
Roy Silver   USA Media 1989
Harry Simmons*   Canada Official/Administrator 2007
Emmanuel Simon*   Israel Official/Administrator 1983
Dr. Uri Simri   Israel Official/Administrator 1991
Margaredt Sonnenfeld   Israel Official/Coach 1997
Oscar State*   Great Britain Official/Weightlifting 1989
Louis Stein*   USA Official/Bowling 1992
Bill Stern*   USA Media 2001
Sam Stoller*   USA Track & Field 2007
Artur Takač   Yugoslavia Official/Administrator 1989
Sam Taub*   USA Media 1993
Irving Ungerman   Canada Boxing 1994
Ben Weider   Canada Body Building 1992
Joe Weider   Canada Body Building 1992
Chaim Wein*   Israel Official/Administrator 1986
Joseph Yekuteli*   Israel Official/Administrator 1982
Aviezer Yellin*   Israel Official/Administrator 1984
Paul Ziffren*   USA Official/Administrator 1993
Harold O. Zimman*   USA Official/Media 1991
  • NB: * denotes a posthumous induction

Lifetime AchievementEdit

In 1992, the International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame initiated its Lifetime Achievement Award which has been awarded annually honoring those individuals who have made significant contributions to the State of Israel and society through sports.

Year Name Location
1992 Sam Sharrow   Miami Beach, Florida, United States
1993 David Pincus   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
1994 Karl Ribstein   Munich, Germany
1995   Monty Hall   Beverly Hills, California, United States
1996 Yariv Oren   Netanya, Israel
1997 Alan Sherman   Potomac, Maryland, United States
1998 Moshe Rashkes   Ramat Gan, Israel
1999   Fred Worms, OBE   London, England, UK
2000 Joseph Luttenberg   Afeka, Israel
2001 Robert Spivak   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
2002 Uri Afek   Netanya, Israel
2003 Lester Fein   Vernon, New Jersey, USA
2004 Shimon Mizrahi   Tel Aviv, Israel
2005 Sidney Greenberg   Toronto, Canada
2006 Alex Gilady   Israel
2007 Joyce Eisenberg-Keefer   Los Angeles, California, USA
2008 R. Stephen Rubin, OBE   London, England, UK
2009 Michael Kevezahi   Tel Aviv, Israel
2010 Moshe Teumim   Tel Aviv, Israel
2011[11] Robert Levy   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
2012[11] Michel Grun   Antwerp, Belgium
2013 William Steerman   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
2014 Harry Swimmer   Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
2015 Robert Kraft   Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA
2016 Dr. Uri Schaefer   Tel Aviv, Israel
2017 Victor Vaisman   Buenos Aires, Argentina
2018 Joseph Siegman   Los Angeles, California, USA
2019 Roy Salomon   Montreal, Canada

Chairman's Award of ExcellenceEdit

Year Name Field Location
2010 Samuel P. Spron Tennis   New York City, United States
  Teddy Kaplan Weightlfiting   Israel
2012 Reuven Heller Disabled sports   Israel
2013 Zohar Sharon Champion blind golfer   Israel
2015 Anita Shkedi Pioneer in therapeutic horse riding   Israel/  Great Britain
2016 Arie Rosenzweig Sports executive   Israel
Lenny Silberman Management and Administration   United States

See alsoEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. ^ Jewishjournal.com, Preview
  2. ^ Cohen, Marla (10 July 2017). "First JCC professional honored by IJSHOF". Jewish Community Centers Association of North America. Retrieved 24 January 2018.
  3. ^ Jewish sports legends
  4. ^ a b c d e f g "Late S.F. boxing champ to be enshrined". J. San Francisco, CA. 11 December 2014. Retrieved 30 December 2014.
  5. ^ Inducted together with Lydia Lazarov.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame (Summer 2014). "17 Sportsmen/women Elected to IJSHOF" (PDF). Netanya, Israel. Retrieved 21 June 2014.
  7. ^ Includes: Estella Agsteribbe, Elka de Levie, Helena Nordheim, Jud Simons, and Anna Dresden-Polak.
  8. ^ Inducted together with Zephania Carmel.
  9. ^ Includes: Jules Bender, Ben Kramer, Leo Merson, Marius Russo, and Arthur Hillhouse
  10. ^ Myer was not JewishJames, Bill (2001). The New Bill James Historical Baseball Abstract. New York: Free Press. p. 499. ISBN 0-684-80697-5.
  11. ^ a b Induction took place in July 2013.

BooksEdit

External linksEdit

  • IJSHoF official website
  • "Int'l Jewish Sports Hall of Fame announces class of 2007," The Jerusalem Post, December 1, 2006