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By: Meg Keller-Marvin

Stu Marvin retires after 15 years as Head Coach at Bloomsburg University; his second career after 20 years as Aquatic Complex Manager at Hall of Fame Pool

Stu Marvin who was the Hall of Fame Pool / Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Complex Manager and friend to ISHOF for … Continued

By: Meg Keller-Marvin

Look who visited ISHOF in March 2023

USA High Diver Ellie Smart is currently living and training in Fort Lauderdale at the Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Center. She … Continued

By: Meg Keller-Marvin

M4Sport Water Polo Magazine of Hungary visits ISHOF during the TYR Grand Prix, March 7-8, 2023

Hungary’s M4Sport’s Water Polo Magazine was in Fort Lauderdale visiting ISHOF, doing a story on the water polo Honorees that … Continued

By: Meg Keller-Marvin

ISHOF 1992 Honor Swimmer, Shiro Hashizume, Japan’s oldest living Olympic medalist dies at age 94

ISHOF Honoree, Shiro Hashizume, who up until his death on March 9, 2023, was Japan’s oldest living Olympic medalist. Born … Continued

By: Meg Keller-Marvin

ISHOF Announces Spectacular Class of 2023; Michael Phelps and Bob Bowman Among Honorees

The International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) is proud to announce its prestigious Class of 2023. This year, ISHOF will induct 13 honorees … Continued

By: Meg Keller-Marvin

Speaking of National Women’s Month: Tomorrow, ISHOF friend and supporter, Marcia Cleveland begins her swim of the Cook Strait in New Zealand

UPDATE: Marcia swam the Cook Strait in 11 hours 54 minutes and 1 second ISHOF friend, long-time supporter, and open … Continued

By: Meg Keller-Marvin

Salute to National Women’s Month: Honoree Ethelda Bliebtrey

There are so many strong women in sports, particularly aquatic sports, but in the month of March, we specifically try … Continued

By: Meg Keller-Marvin

ISHOF and the world of diving loses one of the greats: Pat Keller McCormick (May 12, 1930 – March 7, 2023)

Pat Keller McCormick was the first diver inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame, into its inaugural class of … Continued

By: Kyle Mills

Twelve-Time Olympic Medalist Dara Torres Joins International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) Board of Directors

Torres Among Six New Board Members Leading Hall of Fame Into New Era as Multimillion-Dollar Renovation Plans Begin   ISHOF … Continued

By: Meg Keller-Marvin

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