Don Schollander

United States

Swimming

B: April 30, 1946

Five-time Olympic Champion

Schollander became the first swimmer to win four gold medals at one Olympics in 1964 by winning the 100 and 400 meter freestyle events, and 4x100 and 4x200 meter freestyle relays. His accomplishments in Tokyo led him to be selected as the Sullivan Award winner for 1964. Schollander then attended Yale University and was a member of the Skull and Bones secret society with future President George W. Bush. He won three N.C.A.A. championships in 1968 and added his fifth hold medal in the 4x200 meter freestyle relay in 1968.

SUPERSTARS RECORD

EVENT

PLACE

POINTS

MONEY

EVENT WINS
1974 Preliminary 1

8

14 1/2

$1,450

Golf
TOTALS  

14 1/2

$1,450

1


PERSONAL BESTS
Tennis

5th

1974 Preliminary 1
Weight Lifting
170
1974 Preliminary 1
Baseball Hit
0
1974 Preliminary 1
Golf - 9 holes

58

1974 Preliminary 1
Bowling - one game

76

1974 Preliminary 1
Half Mile Run
2:39.79
1974 Preliminary 1
Bike Race - 1/2 mile
1:17.52
1974 Preliminary 1
Points Scored

14 1/2

1974 Preliminary 1


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