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ISHOF DIVE TOWERS – NO MORE!
 
January 6, 2020, saw the demolition of the original dive towers at the Hall of Fame Aquatic Complex. These towers were built in 1965 with the original plans for the Hall of Fame pool.  It was with mixed emotions that everyone watched it.
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PASSAGES 2019

by CRAIG LORD - SWIMMING WORLD EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
31 December 2019

 
If 2019 started with the news of coach Jim Wood‘s passing, it ended with the world of swimming mourning the loss of Roland Matthes, the most decorated Olympic backstroke champion in history, gone after a short, severe illness at 69 but never to be forgotten.
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US COACH OF THE YEAR, GREGG TROY HAS SPUN MAGIC IN CALEB DRESSEL

by JOHN LOHN - ASSOCIATE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
29 December 2019  

 
The selection of United States Coach of the Year is a delicate exercise and is dependent on the lens used for the selection.

Should the coach of the most dominant athlete receive the award? Or, should the honor go to the coach who guided the most successful group of high performers? There is no simple answer, and varied opinions are very much accepted.
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MIRKO VICEVIC TO BE INDUCTED AS PART OF CLASS OF 2020

Mirko Vicevic has won gold at every major event on the water polo world stage; the Olympic Games, the World Championships and the FINA World Cup.

His original club was Primorac of Kotor, Montenegro, where he played from 1982 to 1989. After that, he played for several teams, Jadran, in Split, Croatia, Savona (Italy) Barcelona (Spain) Brixia (Brescia, Italy) and Pro Recco (Italy).

Vicevic won the LEN Trophy for the years 2002, 2003 and 2006 with his club Brixia, and was selected as Best Sportsman of the Municipality of Kotor in 1986, 1988 & 1989 and Best Sportsman in Montenegro in 1988.

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JANUARY 7th PROCLAIMED AS RON O'BRIEN DAY
 
January 7th, 2020, was proclaimed Ron O’Brien Day by the City of Fort Lauderdale City Commission.

Ron O'Brien was the Head Coach of the Fort Lauderdale Diving Team from 1990-1996, ISHOF Honoree and an eight-time Olympic coach.

Commissioner Steve Glassman presented O'Brien with the proclamation, Monday evening at the City Commission meeting, making it Ron O'Brien Day.

 
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