Annual Meeting & Banquet


More information:

Unless otherwise stated, all events will be held at the Sheraton Madison Hotel (706 John Nolen Dr, Madison, WI 53713).

Register here:

All nominees, family, and friends must register through the registration link. Either click on the above schedule or go to

Room Block:

Coachers, swimmers, or families needing a hotel room can secure one under the WI LSC room block here.

The movie:

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.

Athlete clinic:

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.