Bruce David Grobler born 6th of October 1957 who played for Liverpool in the English premier League and for the Zimbabwe National team as a goalkeeper was well known for his acrobatic goalkeeping moves.
Grobler was born in South Africa and raised in Zimbabwe and got into football after he had been in the army arnd played for Highlanders, before moving on to Canada where he was scouted by Liverpool.
David Lord Halton born 27th June 1957 was a Zimbabwean national team cricket player and even though he was talented in goalkeeping he chose cricket.
He also set the record for the highest 8 wicket partnership in the test matches at ICC World Cup howeve he now does coaching and commentating in cricket.
Peter Ndlovu who was born in 1983 is amongst the highly noted football legends in Zimbabwe because of his amazing skills while playing for the national football team and as a foreign based footballer.
Peter Ndlovu was the first black African man to play in the EPL after he was scouted by John Skillet while he was playing for Highlanders FC in Zimbabwe and eventually was signed by Terry Butcher to play for Coventry City.
Nick Price was born in Durban South Africa and moved to Zimbabwe and at the age of 17 he went on to go and play Golf in the UK and he won the Junior World Championship before he went back to South Africa.
Later he went to join the Proffessional Golfers Association in USA full time until 1991 when he won the best golfer in the world and went on to win two PGA championships.
Kirsty Coventry was awarded a sports woman of the year after after she bowed out of the semifinals in the swimming competition at the Olympic Games at 17 years old.
She won a her first gold medal at the 2004 Olympics in the 200m back stroke and has 7 medals in her Olympic sports history.
Benjani Mwaruwari who had impressed in the National football team went on to join Jomo Cosmos and was awarded player of the season in 2001.
Benjani moved to Europe in 2001 to join Swiss side Grasshopper Club Zürich before moving to Auxerre a year later He signed with Premier league club Portsmouth in 2006, then went on to play in England’s top flight for Manchester City, Sunderland and Blackburn Rovers before returning to Portsmouth in 2011.
Tendai Mtawarira born on the 1st of August 1985 is a professional rugby union player who plays for Old Glory DC in Major league Rugby and previously for the South African National team and the Sharks in Super Rugby.
He was born in Zimbabwe and qualified for South Africa on residency grounds, before later acquiring South African citizenship.