LIGHT WELTERWEIGHT; gold
Motivational speaker and entrepreneur lives in Pacific Palisades, Calif.
Retired after 22 years in U.S. Army, has a boxing academy in Rockville, Md.
A bus driver in Tacoma, Wash., was briefly the WBA junior featherweight
LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT; gold
Former heavyweight champ is now a custodial worker in Columbus, Neb.
Vice president, Butch Lewis Productions, in Wilmington, Del.
Former WBA heavyweight champ (1979--80) died in a car accident in 1998
LIGHT MIDDLEWEIGHT; none
Former pro tap dancer, now a film director and producer in Lake Conroe,
After playing in
the NHL and building Sweden's '06 gold medal hockey team, why not try ...
helped construct an Olympic champion as general manager of the Swedish hockey
team at the 2006 Winter Games, but he has done some of his best building for
the Ahlgren Co. in H�llviken, about 15 minutes south of Malm�. Four days a week
N�slund works as a carpenter, earning 140 kronor--about $19--an hour
constructing and refurbishing homes. "Some people think it's stupid, think
that I have 15 or 20 million in the bank," says N�slund, 46, who joined the
Montreal Canadiens in 1982 and embarked on a sterling nine-year NHL career in
which he never earned more than $400,000 (Canadian). "But a lot of people
think it's good because it's humble."