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 Kaye Hall

1967 - First woman to go under 1:00 in 100 yard backstroke.

1968 Olympics, Mexico City
Gold - 100 meter Backstroke, 1:06.2 (world record)
Gold - 4x100 meter Medley Relay, 4:28.3 (world record)
Bronze - 200 meter Backstroke, 2:28.9


1970 Summer Universiade, Turin, Italy
Gold - 100 meter Backstroke
Gold - 4x100 Freestyle Relay
Gold - 4x100 Medley Relay


1979 - Honor Swimmer, ISHOF


Born: May 15 1951 - bio here


Barbara Mitchell

1972 Olympics, Munich, 200 Meter Breaststroke

As a sixteen-year old in the Olympic Games, Barbara placed thirteenth in the 200-meter breaststroke with a time of 2:47.05. She earned World Rankings in the 200-meter breaststroke. Representing Highline High School in Burien, Barbara was a Washington State High School Girls’ Swimming Champion each year in the 100-yard breaststroke.


Barbara was inducted into the PNS Hall of Fame in 2005.


Chuck Richards

1972 Olympics, Munich, Pentathalon (4th place, World Record 300 Meter Freestyle)

1970 National Modern Pentathlon Champion
1971 National Modern Pentathlon Champion
1972 National Modern Pentathlon Champion

Chuck was a six-time state swimming champion for Stadium High School and during his senior year, he held seven of the eight individual state records. 
He attended the University of Indiana, where he was a two-time Collegiate All-American in swimming. 
Chuck was inducted into the Tacoma-Pierce County Sports Hall of Fame in 2005 and established and funds the Bruce Suttles Scholarship, an award for a Stadium High School swimmer who is college bound.



Miriam Smith

Miriam was a finalist at the USA National Championship in the 100- and 200-meter backstroke events from 1974 to 1977. Miriam had an outstanding swim in the 1976 Olympic Trials, placing third in the 200-meter backstroke. This swim qualified her to compete in the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal, Canada. In 1977, Miriam was selected to be a member of the USA National Team competing in the Russian National Championship Meet in Leningrad, Russia.

Miriam was inducted in the PNS Hall of Fame in 2005


Dana Kirk

Dana Kirk qualified for the 2004 Olympics in the 200m fly, however finished with no medals.

Kirk swam for Stanford University, and graduated in the spring of 2006. During her 4 year stint at Stanford, she amassed 17 NCAA All-American awards and 8 Pac-10 Titles in the 200 medley and 400 medley relays, as well as the 100 and 200 Butterflies. She is currently the 4th fastest 100 and 200 butterflier in Stanford history.


Dana Kirk's older sister, Tara, joined her on the 2004 USA Women's Olympic Swimming team, becoming the first set of sisters to swim on the same US Olympic Team.


After a back surgery, Dana retired from swimming at the Olympic level. She currently coaches for the Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics.



Nathan Adrian

Olympic Games (Beijing, China, 2008)
Gold2008 Beijing4x100 m freestyle

World Championships (SC) (Manchester, England, 2008)
Gold 100 m freestyle
Gold 4x100 m freestyle
Silver 4x100 m medley

World Championships (LC) (Rome, Italy,2009)
Gold 4x100 m freestyle
Gold 4x100 m medley

Olympic Games (London, UK, 2012)
Gold 100 m freestyle
Gold 4x100 m medley relay
Silver 4x100 m freestyle