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Anne Berry Joins ISHOF One in a Thousand Campaign, "There's Nothing Like the Hall of Fame"

Peter Heatly Joins ISHOF's One in a Thousand Campaign to Continue Family Legacy

Passages: Honor Masters Swimmer Burwell "Bumpy" Jones Dies at Age 87

African American Swimmer Nate Clark, A Pioneer in NCAA Swimming, Nominated to be Inducted into ISHOF

Paul Asmuth Joins ISHOF's One in a Thousand Club

City of Fort Lauderdale Opened the Las Olas Casino Pool 93 Years Ago Today

Marathon Swimming: Where Women Have Outperformed the Men

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Passages: Honor Masters Swimmer Burwell "Bumpy" Jones Dies at Age 87

2005 Honor Masters Swimmer Burwell "Bumpy" Jones passed away last week February 6, 2021 at the age of 87, his family confirmed in a Facebook post. Jones was inducted into the International Masters Swimming Hall of Fame in 2005. There is a masters meet hosted in his name in Sarasota, Florida every ye...

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Paul Asmuth Joins ISHOF's One in a Thousand Club

2010 Honor Open Water swimmer Paul Asmuth has joined ISHOF’s “One in a Thousand campaign,” designed to help the hall prosper during the difficult financial times of the COVID-19 pandemic. "As an honoree it wasn't so much about me, it was about the people who helped me be the athlete that I was," Pau...

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Marathon Swimming: Where Women Have Outperformed the Men

Marathon Swimming: Where Women Have Outperformed the Men Unlike competitive pool swimming, marathon swimming provides opportunities for women to outperform and beat the men in three key aspects of the sport: Solo speed records, endurance records and head-to-head races. As far as solo speed records a...

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ISHOF Museum One Step Closer To Getting New Buildings

The Fort Lauderdale City Commission voted to accept an unsolicited bid from the Hall of Fame Partners, LLC to replace the front and back International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) museum buildings.  The proposal was accepted and will be revisited again after 21 days to allow additional competitive ...

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Celebrating What Would Have Been Doc Counsilman's 100th Birthday

Legendary coach James "Doc" Counsilman would have celebrated his 100th birthday today, December 28, 2020. The Hall of Fame coach, inducted in 1976, passed away in January 2004 from Parkinson's Disease. Today, he is still regarded as one of the greatest swim coaches of all-time for his innovative tec...

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Last Day to Bid! Silent Auction Benefits the Hall of Fame

Ends today! Check out the ISHOF Silent Auction for stocking stuffers and unique items including Tri-Swim body care, Bolle sunglasses, apparel from famed golf courses in the United States and more.  Grab a cap signed by Olympian, world record holder, and new dad Adam Peaty! Or a cap signed by US Olym...

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Don't Miss It! Silent Auction Going on Now to Benefit the Hall of Fame

Ends 12/22! Check out the ISHOF Silent Auction for stocking stuffers and unique items including Tri-Swim body care, Bolle sunglasses, apparel from famed golf courses in the United States and more.  Grab a cap signed by Olympian, world record holder, and new dad Adam Peaty! Or a cap signed by US Olym...