Bridgette Gusterson, Polo Pioneer Who Got Gold At Olympic First, Into Hall Of Fame

Bridgette Gusterson - courtesy of ISHOF

Bridgette Gusterson (AUS) is the fourteenth member of the class of 2017 heading into the the International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) in ceremonies to be held August 25-27, in Fort Lauderdale. She was a leading light in the generation that helped get women’s water polo into the Olympics – and then she claimed gold at a home Games.

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Bridgette Gusterson (AUS) is the fourteenth member of the class of 2017 heading into the the International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) in ceremonies to be held August 25-27, in Fort Lauderdale. She was a leading light in the generation that helped get women’s water polo into the Olympics – and then she claimed gold at a home Games.

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