Biondi Reflects On Golden High-Water Mark

Matt Biondi [Courtesy: ISHOF]

Seoul ’88 – 25 Years On: If a Mount Rushmore for men’s swimming is ever constructed in the United States, the choices for inclusion would be simple: Johnny Weissmuller, Mark Spitz and Michael Phelps. The other slot would go to Matt Biondi, the Californian who accumulated 11 Olympic medals over three Games and took seven in 1988. He talks to John Lohn

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Seoul ’88 – 25 Years On: If a Mount Rushmore for men’s swimming is ever constructed in the United States, the choices for inclusion would be simple: Johnny Weissmuller, Mark Spitz and Michael Phelps. The other slot would go to Matt Biondi, the Californian who accumulated 11 Olympic medals over three Games and took seven in 1988. He talks to John Lohn

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