Articles Written By: Meg Keller-Marvin


By: Meg Keller-Marvin

If you don’t already know her, meet ASHLEIGH JOHNSON, two-time Olympic gold medalist, and first African-American on the USA Women’s Water Polo’s Team ~

Ashleigh Johnson was the first African American woman to make the United States Olympic water polo team in 2016, when she … Continued


By: Meg Keller-Marvin

Happy Birthday 2014 Honor Diver Peng Bo

The information on this page was written the year of their induction. FOR THE RECORD: 2004 OLYMPIC GAMES: gold (3m … Continued


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February 17th ~ Happy Birthday Rebecca Adlington (GBR) Honor Swimmer, Class of 2018

The information on this page was written the year of their induction. FOR THE RECORD: 2008 OLYMPIC GAMES: gold (400m … Continued


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Happy Birthday to the one and only Ambrose “Rowdy” Gaines!! February 17th

Rowdy and daughter, Isabella The information on this page was written the year of their induction. FOR THE RECORD: 1984 … Continued


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ISHOF seeks Nominations for the 2024 ISHOF Aquatic Awards presetned by AquaCal (formerly Paragon Awards)

ISHOF seeks nominations for the 2024 ISHOF Aquatic Awards presented by AquaCal The International Swimming Hall of Fame announces the … Continued


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Kristen Hayden ~ first African American woman to win a USA Diving National title ~ Continuing our salute to Black History month!

Grayson Hall Photography | Avery Bane *Shared from our friends at USA Diving Kristen Hayden: A legacy of firsts and … Continued


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Black History Month: Despite Stolen Gold, Enith Brigitha Was a Sporting Pioneer

By John Lohn, Editor, Swimming World Emerging as a youth star from the island nation of Curacao in the Netherlands … Continued


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ISHOF Celebrate Black History Month ~ A Tribute to Coach Jim Ellis

Jim Ellis’ story is testimony to the power of dreams and their ability to inspire and transform human life. His … Continued


By: Meg Keller-Marvin

ISHOF Honors Black History Month with 2012 Gold Medallion Recipient: Superstar Milton Gray Campbell ~ Read his story!

Story by ISHOF Curator, Bruce Wigo In 2016, Richard “Sonny” Tanabe, the legendary Hawaiian spear fisherman, author, member of the … Continued


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1966 Honoree Wally Ris’ Family pays a visit to ISHOF

Last week the family of 1966 ISHOF Honor Swimmer, Wally Ris, stopped by ISHOF to pay a visit to the … Continued


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