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Masters Swimmers Inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame

WASHINGTON, Jan. 5  — The International Masters Swimming Hall of Fame announced in Lauderdale, Florida on Wednesday the induction of nine masters athletes into the Hall of Fame.

    The nine individuals are selected annually by an international committee to be honored for their international achievement in Masters aquatic competition.

    The ceremony has been set for January 8, 2005, at the International Swimming Hall of Fame in Lauderdale.

    Inductees include: Flora Connolly of Britain, a masters swimmer ; Bumpy Jones of the United States,a masters swimmer; William McAlister of the Untied States, a masters diver; Tod Spieker of the United States, a masters swimmer; Phil Whitten of the United States, a masters contributor; John Deininger of the United States, a masters diver; Betsy Jordan of the Untied States, a masters swimmer; Sandy Neilson-Bell of the United States, a masters swimmer; and Richard Reinstaedtler of Germany, a masters swimmer.

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January 10, 2008 Posted by | Masters Swimming | Leave a comment