Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Curry Todd: Former Athlete

Curry Todd grew up as an athletic personality, and his abilities blossomed as he got older. He played on high school basketball team and named the Tennessee Player of the Year and was also recruited to the All-Memphis Basketball team for four years in a row. The Treadwell High School Eagles benefitted from having Curry on as one of their star players.

Due to his performances on the court, Curry Todd earned himself a place in the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame. Famous and notable figures from every single sport, all the way from basketball to track and field, are all given honorable admission into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame. There are only 500 inductees in the hall, which makes it an even more outstanding accomplishment for Curry. The hall was first established twenty years ago, after lawmakers in the state unanimously passed a bill named the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Act of 1994. Four years after that achievement, Curry Todd was elected into the Tennessee House of Representatives.

The mission of the hall is to show consideration to sports as a model that reflects the ideals of an organized society. Good sportsmanship values endorse the aspects of healthy competition and fair play that drive people to be the best at what they do. There are also aspects of camaraderie, teamwork and unity that are universally applicable to the growth of modern societies. And as being a proud inductee of this hall, Curry Todd now stands to reserve those very values in government.

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