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Gold Medallion Award

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noun - The International Swimming Hall of Fame Gold Medallion Award is presented each year to a former competitive swimmer for his or her national or international significant achievements in the field of science, entertainment, art, business, education, or government. There are no restrictions other than the recipient must be an outstanding adult whose life has served as an inspiration for youth.

Recipients of the Gold Medallion Award[edit]

2019 Dr. Joseph MacInnis
2017 Laurie Lawrence
2016 Tod Spieker
2015 Anne Warner Cribbs
2014 Robert Warren Bob Dudley
2013 Peter Uberroth
2012 Milt Campbell
2011 H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco
2010 Guy Harvey
2009 Ambassador William Robert “Tim” Timken, Jr. (USA)
2008 Giovanni “Nanni” Moretti
2007 Adolph Kiefer
2007 Esther Williams
2006 Jim Press
2005 E. Clay Shaw
2004 Cirque du Soleil "O"
2003 Julian "Tex" Robertson
2002 Richard W. Pound
2001 Sandra Baldwin
2000 Gregory J. Bonann
1999 Mayor James Whelan
1998 Rogers B. "Tiger" Holmes
1997 Paul W. Bucha
1996 Joao Havelange
1995 Buddy Ebsen
1994 Jim Moran
1993 Paul Tsongas
1992 Andrew Young
1991 Donna de Varona
1990 Dr. James E. Counsilman
1989 Fred M. Kirby II
1988 Ronald Reagan
1987 Willard Garvey
1986 Captain David McCampbell
1985 William E. Simon
1984 Art Linkletter
1983 Barry Goldwater

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