Swimming Mourns Oldest Surviving Olympic Champion: Adolph Kiefer Gone Just Shy Of 99

Adolph Kiefer - courtesy of ISHOF

The end of an era: The oldest surviving Olympic swimming champion, Adolph Kiefer, the winner of the Berlin 1936 100m backstroke crown, has passed away a month shy of his 99th birthday.

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The end of an era: The oldest surviving Olympic swimming champion, Adolph Kiefer, the winner of the Berlin 1936 100m backstroke crown, has passed away a month shy of his 99th birthday.

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