Masters Swimming News
Lynn Marshall to be inducted into IMSHOF!
It's likely no big surprise to anyone familiar with Lynn Marshall's career as a Masters swimmer but she has now been officially selected for induction into the International Masters Swimming Hall of Fame. Congratulations Lynn!
An excerpt from the press release:
FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida, July 12. THE International Masters Swimming Hall of Fame (IMSHOF) is proud to announce its class of inductees for 2011. The group of seven outstanding individuals will be inducted at the annual ceremony to be held Friday evening, September 16th, at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront, Jacksonville, Florida, in conjunction with the United States Aquatic Sports Convention.
The prestigious IMSHOF class of 2011 includes four swimmers, two divers and one contributor from four different countries: the USA, Canada, Norway and Australia.
Since 1986 Lynn Marshall, of Canada, has been among the world's Top 10 Masters swimmers every year and has set five long course and 23 short course FINA Masters World Records.
Lynn becomes the second Canadian Masters swimmer to be inducted into the IMSHOF, and is already a member of the Masters Swimming Canada Hall of Excellence. Earlier this spring we posted an interview with Lynn.
For the full press release on SwimmingWorldMagazine.com