Unless otherwise stated, all events will be held at the Sheraton Madison Hotel (706 John Nolen Dr, Madison, WI 53713).
All nominees, family, and friends must register through the registration link. Either click on the above schedule or go to 2019WSIAwards.eventbrite.com.
Coachers, swimmers, or families needing a hotel room can secure one under the WI LSC room block here.
The Last Gold is a movie produced by USA Swimming. It's a documentary done in the style of the ESPN '30 for '30 movies that tells the story of the 1976 US Women's Olympic Swim Team. Poised to be a potentially all-time great team, they went up against the dominant East German women fueled by state-sponsored doping.
One of the main swimmers featured is Wisconsin native and 2019 WI LSC Hall of Fame Inductee Wendy Boglioli. Wendy will be available for a Q&A session after the movie on Friday night.
For more information on The Last Gold and to watch a trailer click here.
Garret Weber-Gale is a Wisconsin native and a 2019 WI LSC Hall of Fame inductee. Garrett's extensive swim resume includes swimming on what is arguably one of the greatest relays in Olympic history. Garrett swam second on a 4X100m free relay that included Michael Phelps, Cullen Jones, and Jason Lezak. Lezak's legendary anchor leg ran down the favored French team and keep alive Phelps' quest for 8 Gold Medals at the 2008 Games.