Honorees and Olympians Launch The “One In a Thousand” Challenge
by ANDY ROSS
01 October 2020
Honorees and Olympians launch the “One In a Thousand” Challenge for the International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF). Many ISHOF Honorees such as Mark Spitz, Janet Evans, Dara Torres, Vladimir Salnikov, Jason Lezak and Rowdy Gaines, water polo player Brenda Villa, diver Greg Louganis, synchro swimmer Elvira Khasyanova and potential future hall of fame swimmer Anthony Ervin are supporting ISHOF’s “One In A Thousand” campaign. We urge you to do the same. Listen to these all-time great athletes in the video below. You too can be “One In A Thousand” by making a donation to the International Swimming Hall of Fame for as little as $10.
How Can You Take the One In a Thousand Challenge?
Support ISHOF with a monthly commitment or one-time donation.
Post a video of you stating, “I’m One In a Thousand” on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
Tag or mention the International Swimming Hall of Fame in your post and #ISHOFOneInAThousand and we will share it to thousands!
Our goal is to get one thousand supporters. Be “One In A Thousand”!!
Join these legends in aquatic sports and many other supporters in the One In a Thousand Club. Your support helps ISHOF fulfill its vision for the future of building a new museum and expanding its reach by offering its collection of aquatics artifacts digitally through a redesigned website.
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