Nancy Duty Cunningham

Born in Brownsville, Texas, Cunningham began diving for the Shamrock Hilton under the tutelage of coach Bob Martin in 1948. She dove at the Hilton until 1957, during which time she was the Texas state champion on platform five straight years and missed a berth on the 1952 Olympic team by just three tenths of a point... [Full Bio, Videos & Photos]



Josh Davis

A native of San Antonio, Davis was a multiple-time TAGS champion for Alamo Area Aquatics and lead Churchill High School to four state titles. At Churchill he was also the individual champion in the 200-yard freestyle in 1988, '89, and '90. He then went on to the University of Texas where he earned 23 all-American honors, was a member of the 1991 NCAA championship team, and was the NCAA champion in the 200-yard freestyle... [Full Bio, Videos & Photos]


Renee Magee

A standout age group swimmer in Omaha, Nebraska, Magee was born in Texas City, Texas. In 1975, at the age of 16, she joined the Dad's Club swim team under coach Skip Kinney. In high school she led Clear Lake to the 1976 state title with three gold medals and three state records. She was the first female swimmer in Texas to make an Olympic team in an individual event, swimming the 100-meter backstroke in Montreal in 1976... [Full Bio, Videos & Photos]


Eddie Reese


Born in 1941 in Daytona Beach, Florida, Reese earned two Florida high school state titles in the 200 IM. At the University of Florida he won three Southeastern Conference titles in 1961, '62, and '63. He became the head swim coach at Auburn in 1972, taking the team from the Southeastern Conference cellar to second place in the NCAA meet in six years... [Full Bio, Videos & Photos]