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2019 Brady Sports Achievement Awards and Dinner

For the past 13 years, the Methodist Sports Medicine Research and Education Foundation, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, has hosted the Brady Sports Achievement Awards and Dinner. The Foundation embraces a crucial long-term role in the advancementof orthopedic medicine. With generous contributions from donors, The Foundation strives to support and enhance the research, educational, outreach and care activities that the surgeons and physicians of Methodist Sports Medicine undertake on an ongoing basis. Each year, the Brady Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes individuals who, through their connection to Indiana, have made outstanding contributions in the field of athletics, and have consistently demonstrated the ideals of sportsmanship over many seasons during their lives. The Brady Awards also recognizes and honors high school and college athletes who have overcome an injury or hardship; and these students are presented with scholarships.In addition, the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) selects Hoosier scholar-athletes and recognize them for their academic accomplishments, hard work and dedication within their chosen sports. The Brady Lifetime Achievement Awards are named after Dr. Thomas A. Brady, known as the father of sports medicine in Central Indiana. Dr. Brady developed many innovative techniques for returning athletes to their sports quickly and safely. All proceeds from the annual event, including ticket sales and a silent auction, will help support the Methodist Sports Medicine Research and Education Foundation. msm-foundation.org

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Lifetime Achievement Winner

  • Steve Alford

    Steve Alford

    Originally from New Castle, Indiana, Alford is a former two-time consensus first-team All-American. He was a key player in the 1987 Indiana University NCAA National Basketball Championship Team and was also a member of the 1984 Olympic Gold Medalist Basketball Team.

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