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Olympic Champion

John Naber is one of America’s most successful Olympic champions. He was America’s most highly decorated Olympian at the 1976 Games in Montreal (the second highest ever, at the time) earning four gold medals in swimming, each in world record time. Naber became the first swimmer in history to earn two individual medals on the same day of Olympic competition, and earned the Sullivan Award as America’s top amateur athlete of 1977. He is enshrined in various Halls of Fame and is one of America’s top Olympic ambassadors.

bulletFour gold medals, one silver
bulletSix World Records
bulletJames E. Sullivan Award
bulletUS Olympic Committee Hall of Fame
bulletPresident, US Olympic Alumni Association
bulletOlympic Flag-bearer
bulletOlympic Torch-bearer (3 times)
bulletElected captain of the Xerox “Golden
bulletOlympians” in a USA Today Nationwide poll.

View a more detailed listing of John Naber’s athletic accomplishments.

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