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List of people from Hampton Roads, Virginia

This is a list of notable people that were either born in or have lived in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia, United States.

Contents

  • Chesapeake 1
  • Hampton 2
  • Newport News 3
  • Norfolk 4
  • Portsmouth 5
  • Suffolk 6
  • Virginia Beach 7
  • Williamsburg 8
  • York County 9
  • Sports 10
    • Soccer 10.1
    • Baseball 10.2
    • Basketball 10.3
    • Boxing 10.4
    • Football 10.5
    • Gymnastics 10.6
    • Mixed martial arts 10.7
    • Track and field 10.8
  • References 11

Chesapeake

Hampton

Newport News

Norfolk

Portsmouth

Suffolk

Virginia Beach

Williamsburg

York County

Sports

Soccer

  • Corey Ashe (b. 1986) – professional soccer player for the Houston Dynamo
  • Wade Barrett (b. 1976) – professional soccer player for the Houston Dynamo
  • Roy Lassiter - Hampton Roads Mariner; Major League Soccer; USA National Team
  • Jon Busch - Hampton Roads Mariner; Major League Soccer
  • Darren Caskey - Hampton Roads Mariner; Tottenham Hotspur; Reading
  • Trevor Francis - Hampton Roads Mariner; Birmingham City; Manchester City; Rangers; England National Team
  • Cornelius Bernard Huggins - Hampton Roads Mariner; Saint Vincent and the Grenadines National Team
  • Shane McFaul - Hampton Roads Mariner; Republic of Ireland U21
  • Darin Lewis - Hampton Roads Mariner; MLS New York MetroStars
  • Jay Hoffman - Coached Hampton Roads Mariners; played professionally in the Canadian National Soccer League.

Baseball

Basketball

Boxing

Football

Gymnastics

Mixed martial arts

Track and field

References

  1. ^ "David Wright: Bio & Stats." New York Mets. Retrieved on March 15, 2007.
  2. ^ Keepnews, Peter (January 1, 2014). "James Avery, 'Fresh Prince' Actor, Dies at 68". New York Times. 
  3. ^ Class of 2009 announced, Official Site of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. http://www.profootballhof.com/enshrinement/story.jsp?story_id=3095 Retrieved February 1, 2009.
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