Certain images in sports stay in our minds seemingly forever. They stand the test of time, and prove nearly immortal. They inspire us, remind us of why we love (and hate), and keep us coming back for more. I'm certain, if you close your eyes, you'll have little trouble thinking of iconic images that mean a lot (both positive and negative) in your personal fan experience. An exhausted player leaving the field victoriously. An improbable catch to seal a championship. A blown call that seemed so obvious at home. A score in the final moments to rescue victory. An amazing shot to send your team home. A coach, hoisted on shoulders, leaving the field victorious. A golfer going crazy over a shot. A moment showing the healing power of sports to bring a country/city/state together. And that list could go on and on and on. And, what we want to do is celebrate these moments. And crown a champion. Something the Arena can call the "Most Iconic Image in Sports". This will happen in two phases. Phase one, you will post nominations. You can post three nominations at a time. Please, don't simply describe the moment. Take the time to find the image and post it (or link to it). If it's that iconic, it's going to be on the internet. You can post a small description to go along with the image, if you'd like. You can nominate more than once, just keep these simple rule in mind: allow either 12 hours to pass or three others posters to post nomination before you post again. Nominations will be kept open for approximately two weeks, depending on volume. Then, we will move on to phase two. Here, the images will be randomly drawn into a tournament bracket, and be pitted against one-another until one image emerges victorious and takes the title of "The Arena's Most Iconic Image in Sports". So, how should you choose what to nominate and what to vote for? That's up to you. It can be a favorite personal memory. It can be a sport-altering performance. It can be a moment of agony for you personally. Only you can decide what you like best, find the most appealing, and judge to be the most iconic. But, let's get the nominations going.