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Brent Rutemiller Announces Retirement As ISHOF CEO and Swimming World Magazine Publisher

Australian Butterflier, Jon Sieben to be Inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame as Part of Class of 2022

Japanese Swimmer Daichi Suzuki To Be Inducted Into International Swimming Hall of Fame Class of 2022 - Updated

City of Fort Lauderdale to Hold “Sneak Peek Media Day” at Aquatic Center with USA Diving and Red Bull Cliff Diving

2022 ISHOF Specialty Awards to be presented during its Honoree Induction weekend, October 14-15, 2022

Paragon Awards Ceremony For 2022 Will Be Celebrated Friday, October 14th In Fort Lauderdale

Brent Rutemiller's Cancer In Early Remission After 42 Weeks of Chemotherapy and Stem Cell Transplant

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Phase I Done: ISHOF Pool Complex Renovation Complete

Phase I Done: ISHOF Pool Complex Renovation Complete Earlier this week HENSEL PHELPS completed the Fort Lauderdale Aquatics Center at the International Swimming Hall of Fame. There are three brand new, completely refurbished pools, including a diving well, the main competition pool, and a training p...

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There Are Now NEW Ways to Donate to ISHOF

The International Swimming Hall of Fame would not exist without the generosity of generations of donors, which means the future of ISHOF rests on your shoulders. From small denominations to big dollars, every gift matters, and your participation sends a message that you understand, are grateful for ...

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Brent Rutemiller to Have Lifesaving Stem Cell Transplant

Brent Rutemiller to Have Lifesaving Stem Cell Transplant Brent Rutemiller, CEO of the International Swimming Hall of Fame and Publisher of Swimming World Magazine was diagnosed in June of 2021 with a rare and aggressive cancer in his bone marrow - Plasma Cell Leukemia; Multiple Myeloma. After 41 str...