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International Professional Swimmers' Association

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William Sadlo, Jr., inductee in the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame, was a co-founder of the International Professional Swimmers Association

noun - The International Professional Swimmers Association was an international association organized on 21 September 1927 at the Hotel McAlpin in Manhattan, New York with its headquarters in New York City. The Association planned to issue a monthly publication to authenticate and keep records of a professional swimming events.

Objective[edit]

The purpose of the International Professional Swimmers' Association was to foster swimming throughout the world as an international sport. They organized the 1930 race Around Manhattan Island. [Honour Swimmers]] Bill Goll and Bill Sadlo placed 2nd and 3rd.

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Board of Governors[edit]

The Board of Governors of the organization consisted of

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