Four-year colleges in Wyoming.
Teams that competed in 2003 in western Wyoming's eight-day, 320-mile International Pedigree sled dog race, the largest such event in the lower 48.
Three "day attendance at last year's 28th annual World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb in Jackson Hole, in which 250 competitors raced up 1,500 vertical feet at angles as steep as 45 degrees.
Fish, mostly trout, caught annually in Yellowstone National Park, which has a catch-and-release policy.
THE ALLTIME BEST
Wyoming's greatest homegrown sports figures
Green Bay Packers receiver
The eight-time All-Pro from Cheyenne caught passes from Bart Starr for II years, including a 62-yard touchdown in Super Bowl II. The 6' 5" Dowler was a college star at Colorado.
The two-time Olympic medalist (silver in 1996, bronze in 2000) from Cheyenne is one of three men (with Carl Lewis and Michael Johnson) to have twice won the Jesse Owens award as the year's outstanding U.S. track and field athlete.
The four-time Olympian from Casper took a silver medal in 1996 and holds the world indoor record in the 35-pound weight throw. He has won 21 U.S. titles in the hammer and weight throw.
Jump shot pioneer
The 5'10" Hillsdale native and three-time All-America at Wyoming is credited with inventing the jump shot. In 1943 he led the Cowboys to the NCAA title and was I unanimously voted college player of the year.