4 Utah Olympic Park
The site of competition in five sports at the 2002 Winter Games now offers bobsled rides and ski jumping lessons (for a fee) to visitors.
5 Picabo Street
The Idaho-born Olympic downhill champion is one of many Winter Olympians who live in or near Park City, whose largest employer is the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association, which is based there.
6 Dick Motta
The Sandy native won 935 games—and lost 1,017—while coaching five NBA teams from 1968-69 to '95-96.
7 Chad Lewis
The Eagles' three-time Pro Bowl tight end, from Orem, played at BYU (from 1993 to '96), as did two of his brothers.
8 LaVell Edwards
As BYU coach, the Orem native had 257 wins, sixth most alltime in Division l-A. He guided the Cougars to a national title in 1984.
9 Shawn Bradley
The 7'6" Dallas Mavericks center, born in Germany but raised in Castle Dale, played one year at BYU and was the second pick (by the Philadelphia 76ers) in the 1993 NBA draft.
Created in 1969, Slickrock was the first mountain-bike trail at Moab, which now attracts more than 100,000 bikers a year.
11 Bruce Hurst
After the lefthanded starter from St. George won two games for the Red Sox in the 1986 World Series, the Mets' Darryl Strawberry declared, "Clemens is tough, but he's no Hurst."
12 Jay Don Blake
The PGA Tour pro from St. George won the 1980 NCAA golf championship while at Utah State.
13 Bonneville Salt Flats
The 300-, 400-, 500-and 600-mph land speed barriers were broken on this dried lake bed, which hosts Speed Week competitions every August.