Women’s water polo player Brenda Villa is among 15 Olympians selected as finalists for the 2019 U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Hall of Fame class.
Makenzie Fischer wrapped up her stellar junior year with the award, while fellow Cardinal Ben Hallock ended his sophomore campaign with the accolade as the Cutino Awards were handed out at the Olympic Club in San Francisco on Saturday.
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“I’m honored and grateful for the opportunity to help grow the aquatic family in the Americas as a representative of UANA,” said Villa.
Dr. Julio C. Maglione, FINA President: “These athletes are the pride of our sport and the stars behind our success – they make it exciting, they draw in the crowds and ultimately inspire the next sporting generation.”
Taking place at four locations in Southern California, the tournament starts on Friday, July 18 and concludes on Sunday, July 20.
Olympic gold medalist Alyssa Anderson demonstrates drills for freestyle catch.
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Lecturers and delegates are arriving in Cancun to participate in the FINA World Water Polo Conference, taking place on February 27-28, 2014 in the Mexican beach resort.