List of Professional Sportspeople Convicted of Crimes

List Of Professional Sportspeople Convicted Of Crimes

This list includes some Professional sportspeople convicted of serious crimes (such as felonies in the United States). This list also includes amateur sportspeople who have competed at the highest level of competition (e.g. Olympic level).

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