Model of ISHOF Arrives In Santa Clara After Long Journey From Fort Lauderdale

Chrissy Lihan and Bruce Wigo Load Santa Clara ISHOF Model in Van

Chrissy Lihan, the architect who designed the model of the International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) for Santa Clara, left Fort Lauderdale on Tuesday, September 5th before Hurricane Irma on a journey to deliver the model to Santa Clara. They arrived in Santa Clara on September 11th with the model safe.

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Start of Journey From Fort Lauderdale


Photo Courtesy: ISHOF


Photo Courtesy: ISHOF


Photo Courtesy: ISHOF


Photo Courtesy: ISHOF


Here were the stops along the way:

Tues Sept 5
University of Florida – O’Connell Center
Florida State Aquatic Center
Wednesday Sept 6
L.S.U. in Baton Rouge

LSU Campus

LSU Campus Photo Courtesy: ISHOF

Thursday Sept 7
University of Texas in Austin – Jamail Center


Photo Courtesy: ISHOF

Friday Sept 8 
White Sands New Mexico


Photo Courtesy: ISHOF

Saturday Sept 9
University of Arizona Aquatic Center


Photo Courtesy: ISHOF

Arizona State University Aquatic Center


Photo Courtesy: ISHOF

Near or in Palm Springs


Photo Courtesy: ISHOF

Sunday Sept 10
Cal. Tech
Santa Cruz


Photo Courtesy: ISHOF

Monday Sept 11
Santa Clara


Photo Courtesy: ISHOF

As the model made its way to Santa Clara, there are lingering questions about the future home for ISHOF.  Fort Lauderdale appears to still have interest in keeping ISHOF as Santa Clara make plans.  Read More Here

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Author: Brent Rutemiller

CEO of International Swimming Hall of Fame and Publisher of Swimming World Magazine

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