Morning Swim Show: Bruce Wigo Provides Update On International Hall of Fame Status

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PHOENIX, Arizona, September 18. THIS edition of The Morning Swim Show, from the American Swim Coaches Association’s World Clinic, features a conversation with International Swimming Hall of Fame CEO Bruce Wigo as the famed institution prepares to relocate.


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Wigo gives viewers an update on the process of moving the priceless contents from Fort Lauderdale to a yet-to-be-decided location, and details some of the large items he’s recently discovered in the vast archives. Among the things Wigo and his staff still must do during the relocation is pick the new Hall of Fame class, and Wigo details the process by which the inductees are selected. He also has to raise money to keep the Hall of Fame running, and he talks about a special product created in collaboration with Olympic champion Aaron Peirsol.

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    brucedavis56@verizon.net

    I have lived in Florida since 1966 and visited the International Swimming Hall of Fame many times and been at the pool for swimming and diving events. The ISHOF served as the model for the original International Gymnastics Hall of Fame in Orange County, California which has now moved to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is tragic that Ft. Lauderdale has not been savvy enough to find a way to keep the ISHOF in its location in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. It is a perfect location and many, many visitors come to this location each year. Many of the items in the ISHOF archives are priceless. It is unbelievable that after the long previous history of swimming and diving, that the politicians of Ft. Lauderdale will let this gem slip away to another community.
    Bruce Davis
    Miami Dade College Professor Emeritus
    President of the World Acrobatics Society