The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis Opening New “Sports Legends Experience”

(NETWORK IN)  When the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis opens its new “Sports Legends Experience,” it’ll feature some actual Indiana sports legends. The museum plans to open the multi-sport play area in March, with a miniature golf course, a basketball court, a walking track, a Speedway-themed karting track, and other sports activities. On Tuesday, it announced it’ll add an “Avenue of Champions,” with bronze sculptures of 16 Indiana sports heroes, that include Indiana Pacers icons Reggie Miller and Bobby “Slick” Leonard, Hoosier-born Hall of Famers Larry Bird and Oscar Robertson, and Indiana Fever star Tamika Catchings. But the list also includes track legend Wilma Rudolph, former Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne, four-time Indy 500 winner A-J Foyt, Fort Wayne-born soccer player DaMarcus Beasley, golf course designers Pete and Alice Dye, and longtime Indianapolis youth tennis organizer Barbara Wynne.