Robitaille, Montana among 6 named to Calif. Sports Hall of Fame

Luc Robitaille is one of the six people being added this year to the California Sports Hall of Fame.
(Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)

The California Sports Hall of Fame has announced its 2013 inductees: Kings legend Luc Robitaille, San Diego Padres star Tony Gwynn, track star Florence Griffith-Joyner, football icon Joe Montana, former USC football coach John Robinson and diver Greg Louganis.

They will be inducted June 9 at the Ontario Convention Center.

“We are proud to continue our tradition of recognizing incredible Californians who have made outstanding contributions at the highest level in sports,” said Christian Okoye, the founder of the California Sports Hall of Fame.


“The class of 2013 truly embodies what sports is all about and we are excited to honor them during this special evening, which will also benefit at-risk youth.”

The inductees were selected by a committee of previous California Sports Hall of Fame inductees.


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