SBJ/March 12 - 18, 2007/Forty Under 40

Past Forty Under 40 Winners

PAST WINNERS

Mark Abbott, Major League Soccer (2001, 2002)

Hank Adams, Ignite Sports (2002)

Rick Adams, East Coast Hockey League (1999)

Bill Allard, SFX Sports Group (1999)

Paul Archey, Major League Baseball (2002)

Mike Bartelli, Millsport (2005)

Mark Bartelstein, Mark Bartelstein and Associates (1999)

Patrick Battle, Collegiate Licensing Co. (1999)

David Baxter, Reebok (2001, 2003)

Billy Beane, Oakland A’s (2001)

Dan Beckerman, Anschutz Entertainment Group (2003)

Seth Berger, And 1 (1999, 2002)

Randy Bernard, Professional Bull Riders Inc. (2006)

Katie Blackburn, Cincinnati Bengals (2000)

Ken Block, DC Shoes (2005)

Colin Boatwright, Total Sports Inc. (2000)

Russ Brandon, Buffalo Bills (2001)

John Brody, Major League Baseball (2005, 2006)

Paul Brooks, NASCAR (2001, 2002, 2005)

Zak Brown, Just Marketing International (2006)

Anucha Browne-Sanders, New York Knicks (2002)

Scott Brubaker, Arizona Diamondbacks (2002)

Willy Burkhardt, ESPN International and ESPN Enterprises (2000, 2001)

August Busch IV, Anheuser-Busch Cos. (1999)

Faust Capobianco IV, Majestic Athletic (2005, 2006)

Peter Carlisle, Octagon (2002, 2005)

Bill Carter, Fuse Integrated Sports Marketing (2001)

Kathy Carter, Soccer United Marketing (2006)

Brian Cashman, New York Yankees (1999, 2000, 2001)

Dan Champeau, Fitch Ratings (2003)

Dockery Clark, Bank of America Corp. (1999)

Greg Clark, FleetBoston (2001)

Ray Clark, The Marketing Arm (2001, 2002)

Casey Close, IMG Baseball (2000, 2001)

Bryan Colangelo, Phoenix Suns (2000)

David Cope, Washington Redskins (1999)

Bob Cramer, MasterCard International (2001, 2002, 2003)

Michael Crowley, Oakland A’s (2002)

Lee Ann Daly, ESPN (1999, 2000)

William Daly, NHL (2001, 2002, 2003)

Mike Dee, San Diego Padres (2000)

Ben Dogra, SFX Football (2005)

Mark Donovan, Philadelphia Eagles (2005)

Mark Dowley, Momentum Worldwide/McCann Erickson World Group (1999, 2000, 2001)

Joe Dumars, Detroit Pistons (2002)

Chris Dunlavey, Brailsford & Dunlavey (2005)

David Ehrlich, Kroenke Sports Enterprises (2005)

Theo Epstein, Boston Red Sox (2005)

Damon Evans, University of Georgia (2005, 2006)

Ted Fikre, Anschutz Entertainment Group (2005)

Jeff Fluhr, StubHub (2006)

Tom Fox, Gatorade (2001, 2002)

Brian France, NASCAR (2000)

Todd France, France Athlete Management Enterprises Inc. (2006)

Kathy Francis, Major League Baseball (1999)

John Galloway, Pepsi (2002, 2003, 2005)

Tony George, Indianapolis Motor Speedway Corp. (1999)

Frank Gibeau, EA Sports (2006)

Neil Glat, NFL (2003, 2005)

Tom Glick, Lansing Lugnuts/Sacramento River Cats (1999, 2000)

David Grant, Velocity Sports & Entertainment (2000)

Brian Grey, Yahoo! Sports (2005)

Tony Hawk, Tony Hawk Inc. and Birdhouse Projects (2002)

Wally Hayward, Relay Sponsorship & Event Marketing (2006)

Adam Helfant, Nike (2003)

Sean Henry, Palace Sports and Entertainment (2006)

Tim Hofferth, Nelligan Sports Marketing (2001)

Ed Horne, NHL Enterprises (2002)

Mark Howorth, National Mobile Television Inc. (2005)

Shawn Hunter, Phoenix Coyotes (1999)

Michael Huyghue, Jacksonville Jaguars (1999, 2000)

Michael Jackson, YankeeNets Media (2001)

Jeremy Jacobs Jr., Sportservice and Delaware North Cos. (2001)

Louis Jacobs, Delaware North Cos. (2003)

Gary Jacobus, IMG (1999)

Brian Jennings, NHL Enterprises (1999)

Kristi Jernigan, Memphis Redbirds Baseball Foundation (2001)

Bill Johnson, Ellerbe Becket (1999)

Paul Johnson, PGA Tour (2006)

Michael Jordan, NBA athlete (1999)

Dave Katz, Yahoo! (2006)

Wayne Katz, Proskauer Rose (2000, 2001, 2002)

Michael Kelly, South Florida Super Bowl XLI Host Committee (2006)

Lesa Kennedy, International Speedway Corp. (1999)

Billy King, Philadelphia 76ers (2001, 2003)

Barry Klarberg, KRT Business Management (2000)

George Kliavkoff, Major League Baseball Advanced Media (2006)

Jonathan Kraft, The Kraft Group and the New England Patriots (2002, 2003)

Katie Lacey, Pepsi-Cola North America (2000, 2001)

Sal LaRocca, NBA (2003)

Steve Lauletta, Miller Brewing Co. (2002, 2003)

Mark Lazarus, Turner Sports (2000, 2001, 2002)

Peter Lazarus, NBC Universal (2006)

Joe Leccese, Proskauer Rose (1999)

Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh Penguins (2000)

Michael Levine, Van Wagner Sports Group (2006)

Sam Levinson, ACES (2003)

Tom Lewand, Detriot Lions (2003, 2005)

Mark Lewis, Olympic Properties of the United States and Salt Lake Organizing Committee/Utah Athletic Foundation (2001, 2002)

Jon Litner, ABC Sports/NHL (1999, 2000, 2001)

Dan Lozano, Beverly Hills Sports Council (2002, 2005)

Ellen Lucey, Coca-Cola Co. (2006)

Burke Magnus, ESPNU (2006)

Wade Martin, Dew Action Sports Tour (2005)

Elliott McCabe, Bank of America (2002, 2003)

Kevin McClatchy, Pittsburgh Pirates (1999, 2000, 2001)

Patrick McGee, Octagon (2002, 2003)

Tom McGovern, OMD (2002, 2003)

Duane McLean, Seattle Seahawks (2001)

Dan Meis, NBBJ Sports and Entertainment (1999, 2000)

Marla Messing, Women’s World Cup (1999)

Bruce Miller, HOK Sport + Venue + Event (2003)

Percy Miller, No Limit Sports (1999)

Peter Murray, NFL (2005, 2006)

Jon Niemuth, Ellerbe Becket (2006)

Howard Nuchow, Mandalay Sports Entertainment (2003)

Susan O’Malley, Washington Sports and Entertainment (1999, 2000)

Scott O’Neil, NBA (2005, 2006)

Ethan Orlinsky, Major League Baseball (2003)

Alan Ostfield, Palace Sports & Entertainment (2000, 2001, 2002)

Jacqueline Parkes, Major League Baseball (2003, 2005)

David Paro, SFX Sports Group (2000)

David Payne, CNN/Sports Illustrated Interactive (2000)

Bea Perez, Coca-Cola North America (2001, 2002, 2003)

Doug Perlman, NHL (2003, 2006)

Tony Petitti, WCBS and CBS Sports (2000)

Peter Pezaris, SportsLine.com (2003)

Steve Phelps, NFL Properties (2000, 2001)

Kevin Plank, Under Armour (2005, 2006)

John Pleasants, Ticketmaster (2002, 2003)

Jon Podany, PGA Tour (2003, 2005)

Ed Policy, Arena Football League (2006)

Curtis Polk, SFX Sports Group (1999)

Jeffrey Pollack, NBA (1999)

Jamie Pollard, University of Wisconsin and Collegiate Financial Services (2003)

George Postolos, Houston Rockets (2002)

Jeff Price, MasterCard International (1999, 2000)

Tom Proebstle, Crawford Architects (2006)

George Pyne, NASCAR (1999, 2002, 2003)

Scott Radecic, HOK Sport + Venue + Event (2001)

Bob Reif, Miami Dolphins and Pro Player Stadium/Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Indy Racing League (1999, 2000)

Geoff Reiss, ESPN Internet Ventures (1999)

Michael Robichaud, Nextel Communications/Sprint Nextel (2005, 2006)

Perry Rogers, Premier Integrated Sports Management (2006)

Kris Rone, Los Angeles Dodgers (2000, 2001, 2002)

Jamey Rootes, Houston Texans (2002, 2003)

Drew Rosenhaus, Rosenhaus Sports Representation (2005)

Robert Rowell, Golden State Warriors (2001)

Michael Rubin, Global Sports/GSI Commerce (2001, 2002)

Chris Russo, NFL (2000, 2001, 2002)

David Salomon, Millsport (2000)

David Samson, Florida Marlins (2003, 2005)

Wendy Selig-Prieb, Milwaukee Brewers (1999)

Greg Shaheen, NCAA (2005, 2006)

Mark Shapiro, Cleveland Indians (2006)

Mark Shapiro, ESPN (2002, 2003, 2005)

Adam Shaw, NFL Network (2006)

Jeff Shell, Fox Sports Net/Fox Cable Networks (1999, 2000, 2001)

Adam Silver, NBA Entertainment (2000, 2001)

Daniel Snyder, Washington Redskins (1999, 2000, 2001)

Molly Solomon, NBC Universal (2005)

Brenda Spoonemore, NBA Entertainment (2002)

Dave St. Peter, Minnesota Twins (2003, 2005)

Mark Steinberg, IMG (2000, 2001, 2002)

Peter Stern, Strategic Sports Group (2006)

David Sternberg, Fox Cable Networks Group (2003, 2005)

Andrew Sturner, SportsLine.com (1999, 2000)

Jim Tanner, Williams & Connolly (2006)

John Tatum, Genesco Sports Enterprises (2003, 2005)

Mark Tatum, NBA (2006)

Shannon Terry, Rivals.com (2006)

Neal Tiles, Fox Sports Marketing Group/Fox Television (2002, 2003)

Rob Tilliss, Chase Manhattan Corp. (1999, 2000)

Heidi Ueberroth, NBA Entertainment (2000, 2001, 2002)

Clay Walker, Players Inc. (2005)

Stacy Wall, Wieden & Kennedy (1999)

Casey Wasserman, Wasserman Media Group (2003, 2005)

Chris Weil, Momentum Worldwide (2003, 2005)

John Weisbrod, Orlando Magic & RDV Sports (2005)

Dorothy Whitehouse, ESPN ABC Sports Customer Marketing and Sales (2006)

Russell Wolff, ESPN International (2003, 2005, 2006)

Brett Yormark, NASCAR/New Jersey Nets & Brooklyn Sports/Nets Sports and Entertainment (2003, 2005, 2006)

Michael Yormark, Sunrise Sports and Entertainment (2006)

Mitchell Ziets, Legg Mason (2000)

Alan Zucker, IMG (2006)

Note: Companies are listed as they were at the time the recipients were selected Forty Under 40 winners. There were no 2004 winners because the award moved from being announced in the fall to being announced the following spring.

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