Troy Dumais

Dumais grew up in a family of divers in California. He made his way to the University of Texas in 1998 and was a seven-time NCAA Champion and member of three national championship teams with the Longhorns. He continued diving for TSDHOF inductee Matt Scoggin and Longhorn Diving for the next 15 years. Troy equaled Greg Louganis when he qualified for his fourth Olympic team in 2012... [Full Bio, Videos & Photos]


Kris Kubik

Kubik served as the assistant coach for the University of Texas men’s swimming and diving program for 34 years. Working alongside Head Coach Eddie Reese, their teams combined to win a record total of 12 NCAA team championships during that span. The duo coached 54 individual NCAA champions, 42 NCAA relay champions, and 28 Olympians... [Full Bio, Videos & Photos]


Doug Gjertsen

Gjertsen was an excellent age group swimmer for the Dad's Club in Houston. Doug attended the University of Texas under coaches, and TSDHOF inductees, Eddie Reese and Kris Kubik. He contributed big points on three NCAA championship teams. He won individual NCAA titles in the 100 back in 1997, 200 free in 1998 and ‘99, and was on nine NCAA championship relays... [Full Bio, Videos & Photos]


Tom Landgraf

Landgraf was a 10-year-old novice swimmer in New Albany, Indiana, when he penned a prophetic prediction: “Someday I’ll be a swim coach in Houston, Texas.” His extraordinary journey included successful swim careers at New Albany High School and Indiana State University. Coaching started when Landgraf founded an outstanding Jeffersonville, Indiana, swim program, where he captured coach-of-the-year honors and was president of the Indiana High School Swim Coaches Association... [Full Bio, Videos & Photos]

Lifetime Achievement Award

Doug Ingram

is a native Texan, who owes everything to sports and particularly swimming. After starting the sport late, Don Easterling took a chance and invited an unknown, minimally talented high school senior onto his squad at UT-Arlington. Inspired by Coach Easterling and TSDHOF teammates, Doug Russell and Ric Nesbit, Ingram decided on a career that began in Dallas. Oak Cliff, Dallas Carter, SMU and the Dallas Swim Club prepared him for a move to Midland. His time at City of Midland was highlighted by national finalists, National Age Group record holders, and a second-place team title at the Texas Age Group (TAGS) championships... [Full Bio, Videos & Photos]