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Marvin Schwartz

 

Swimmer-Marvin Schwartz
Marvin is a native of New York who swam competitively in high school, where he was a member of the City of New York Public School Championship Swim Team, and at Syracuse University, where he set school records in the distance freestyle events. He stopped swimming competitively after college, but resumed at age 35 as a Masters Swimmer. He attended his first Master Swimming National Championship at age 39, earning top 10 status in two events. Since then, he had been ranked in the Master Swimming National Top 10 every year he had competed. Marvin earned All American status for the fastest time in the nation: in 1989 in the Short Course 1500 Meters Freestyle
And in 1992 for the Long Course 1500 Meters Freestyle and in 1992 for the Long Course 1500 Meter Freestyle. He is a three-time Masters Long Course National Champion, swimming the 800 Freestyle in 1991, the 1500 Freestyle in 1992 and the 400 Freestyle in 1995.

Marvin trained and competes at ASI competitions as a member of the Little Rock Arkansas Dolphin Swim team. He is an ardent supporter of Arkansas swimming assisting at numerous as the Arkansas Swimming hall of Fame Masters Swimmer of the Year.