Diane Stowell (born 27 April 1934, died June 2017) was an American masters swimmer and ocean swimmer from Oahu who was inducted in the Hawaii Swimming Hall of Fame and a long-time board member of the Waikiki Swim Club.
- She was a pool and open water swimmer, paddler, runner, tennis player and triathlete.
- She set 9 U.S. Masters Swimming national records in the 50, 100 and 200 meter breaststroke in the women's 55, 65 and 70 age divisions.
- She won 47 first place medals in national USMS competitions in freestyle, breaststroke and backstroke.
- She earned USMS All-America honors 20 times.
- Punahou School presented her with its Old School Award in 2009 and inducted her into its Athletic Hall of Fame in 2013.
- She was elected to the Hawaii Swimming Hall of Fame in 2003 in the Masters Swimming and Open Water Swimming divisions.
- She served on the Board of Directors of the Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation from 1992-1998, chairing its scholarship and grants committee.
- In 2013 she was inducted to the Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation Waterman Hall of Fame.
Ocean Swimming Career
- She was a winner of over 20 Waikiki Roughwater Swim age-group swim titles.
- She won the U.S. Masters Swimming National Open and FINA Hawaiian Open Water Championship.
- She won 17 national masters swimming championships.
- She crossed the Maui Channel.
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- World Open Water Swimming Association
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