Sun’s Coming Up, Better Get In

Courtesy of WOWSA, Tower 26 workout on Santa Monica Beach, California with Amy Dantzler [smiling above]. How many times have you seen swimmers get up early for a morning practice, rubbing their eyes and moving [...]

Kate Rew Receives 2016 Paragon Award

Kate Rew Receives 2016 Paragon Award 21st Annual Paragon Awards presented by Pentair Aquatic Systems and the ISHOF. Paragon (noun): a person regarded as a perfect example of a particular quality. Paragon Awards (noun): annual [...]

Shoko Yonezawa Swims Against The Current

Courtesy of Swimming World Magazine. Shoko Yonezawa has been earning all kinds of accolades recently. In addition to being named as an International Swimming Hall of Fame Honor Masters Swimmer, the Japanese phenom was also [...]

Honors Add To Legacy Of David Yudovin

Courtesy of Chris Guesdon, Chairman of the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame. The channel and marathon swimming world were taken aback by the unexpected passing of David Yudovin in 2015 [shown swimming above in [...]

Bruce Wigo On The Swimming Hall Of Fame

Courtesy of Bruce Wigo, Swimming World Magazine. Bruce Wigo was interviewed by Brent Rutemiller of Swimming World Magazine about the past, present and future of the International Swimming Hall of Fame. Listen here to the [...]

Induction Ceremonies To Be Delayed

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. The International Swimming Hall of Fame has its new headquarters in Santa Clara, California. The city of Santa Clara will postpone its International Swimming Hall of Fame induction ceremonies [...]

January 9th, An End Of An Era

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Bob Duenkel is retiring from the International Swimming Hall of Fame as its Executive Director and Curator after 40 years of service in various aspects of the aquatic world. [...]

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