Established in 1954, the FCA strives to empower coaches and athletes to maintain their relationship with Jesus Christ and church fellowship throughout their athletic career. Every year it honors those who display a consistent commitment to those values with induction into its Hall of Champions. Below are three notable inductees.
1. Jon Randles - Inducted in 2016, Randles is a former FCA Camp pastor who also led hundreds of chapel services for NCAA schools such as Texas Tech, Oklahoma, and Texas A&M, among others.
2. Kyle Rote Jr. - A three-time "Superstars" champion, Rote Jr. is a former North America Soccer League top scorer who was also the league's 1973 Rookie of the Year. He was inducted into the Hall of Champions in 2011.
3. Madeline Manning Mims - A Class of 2008 inductee, Manning Mims set the world record for the 800-meter dash at the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City. She was declared an Olympic Legend in 2000.