Record Breaking Olympic Swimmer
Mark Spitz is considered one of the greatest Olympic athletes of all-time. He is synonymous with excellence and is one of the most recognised faces in the world. In 2000, Mark was voted 'Athlete of the Century' and one of the six 'Greatest Olympians' ever.
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Mark Spitz might be remembered best by his astonishing win of seven gold medals at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. In 1999, Spitz was ranked number 33 on ESPN's "SportsCentury 50 Greatest Athletes," and was the only aquatic athlete to make the list. His other achievements include inductions into the International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, the United States Olympic Hall of Fame, San Jose Sports Hall of Fame, National Jewish Museum Sports Hall of Fame, Long Beach City College Hall of Fame, and Indiana University Athletics Hall of Fame. After his impressive swimming career, Spitz went on to have an equally impressive career out of the pool. The International Olympic Committee selected Mark as one of its five athletes of the Century and one of six "Greatest Olympians" by Sports Illustrated in 2000.
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Mark offers audiences a behind the scenes view of what it really takes to be a champion. As one of the world's most recognized Olympic champions he exudes infectious optimism and always leaves audiences with a renewed sense of purpose and a desire to achieve their very best every day.
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