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* [https://www.openwaterswimming.com/wowsa-live-with-drury-gallagher-and-ned-denison/ WOWSA Live with Drury Gallagher and Ned Denison]
 
* [https://www.openwaterswimming.com/2017/12/the-transition-from-nyc-swim-to-new/ The Transition From NYC Swim To New York Open Water]
 
* [https://www.openwaterswimming.com/2017/12/the-transition-from-nyc-swim-to-new/ The Transition From NYC Swim To New York Open Water]
 
* [https://www.openwaterswimming.com/2018/09/open-water-swimming-dual-inductees-and/ Open Water Swimming Dual Inductees And Dual Honorees]
 
* [https://www.openwaterswimming.com/2018/09/open-water-swimming-dual-inductees-and/ Open Water Swimming Dual Inductees And Dual Honorees]

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Drury Gallagher, inductee of the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame, Class of 2011
Drury Gallagher, inductee in the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame in its Class of 2011 and the Masters International Swimming Hall of Fame in its Class of 2006. Photo by Skip Storch at the United Nations in 2011

Drury Gallagher is a 83-year-old (as of 2022) American competitive pool and open water swimmer, body surfer, and race organizer from New York.

Swimming Career Highlights

Video of Acceptance Speech

Gallagher gave a typically humble acceptance speech at the United Nations during the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame induction ceremonies in 2010.

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