- Greg speaks out for many organizations including youth clubs, drug and alcohol rehabilitation groups and organizations for the dyslexic.
Greg Louganis won his first Olympic medal, a silver medal on the platform in 1976.
At 24, he became the first man in 56 years to win two gold medals in diving by winning both the platform and springboard events.
He became the first to win double gold medals for diving in two consecutive Olympics.
Greg is a six time World Champion and has held 47 National Championship titles.
At the Pan Am Games he earned six gold medals and in 1985 he was awarded the Sullivan Award as the nation’s most outstanding amateur athlete.
Greg Louganis is clearly the world’s greatest diver and a fine athlete.
At the 1988 Olympic Games, he was awarded the Maxwell House/United States Olympic Committee Spirit Award as the Olympic athlete who had best exhibited the ideals of the Olympic spirit, demonstrating extraordinary courage and contributing significantly to the sport.
Greg speaks out for many organizations including youth clubs, drug and alcohol rehabilitation groups and organizations for the dyslexic.
Greg speaks out on the obstacles he has overcome with a warmth and grace that embody the Olympic spirit.
His honest message of acceptance and understanding has inspired millions around the world.