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  1. Former German diver. Olympic bronze medailist from Helsinki 1952. Born June 11, 1925
  2. German Olympic canoeist
  3. Surfer
  4. olympic long distance swimmer
  5. Olympians sailing
  6. British Swimmer
  7. Sports
  8. Professional American surfer
  9. Olympians swimming
  10. US swimmer, Olympic champion 1956
  11. rowing athlete
  12. Water Polo
  13. John Hale  (3)
    Pro Bass Fisherman
  14. Canadian Canoer
  15. Swimmer; Olympic Champion
  16. American Olympic swimmer, 1968 and 1972 silver medalist, ophthalmologist, father of Gary Hall, Jr
  17. Olympic Swimmer, Gold 2000
  18. Olympic swimmer
  19. Surfer
  20. Australian Rowing
  21. British Swimmer
  22. Canadian Olympic Synchronized Swimmer
  23. Former New Zealand rower and political candidate. He came to public attention when, in 1994, he won a silver medal in the World Rowing Championships
  24. Australian Swimmer
  25. Pro Surfer, Lost Arm In Shark Attack
  26. Canadian Canoer
  27. Surfing Legend
  28. Australian Synchronized Swimmer
  29. USA Water Ski
  30. Olympians swimming
  31. USA Canoe/Kayak
  32. American slalom canoeist born 1963 - 1992 Summer Olympics
  33. USA Olympic Swimmer
  34. Olympians swimming
  35. swimming olympics
  36. Synchronized Swimmer
  37. Olympic Swimmer
  38. Actress & Olympic Swimmer
  39. German olympic champion 1956, swimmer
  40. Actor: The Witness Files, The Growing Pains Movie, WW3, Equilibrium, The Velveteen Rabbit
  41. Australian Rowing
  42. Australian yachtsman
  43. USA Swimming Team
  44. Wakeboarder
  45. Pro wakeboarder
  46. Olympians diving
  47. Wakeboarding
  48. USA Canoe/Kayak
  49. Wakeboarder
  50. Hungarian Swimmer. During the 1936 Olympics she participated in the 100 & 400 meter freesyle events along with the 4X100 meter freestyle relay
  51. Canadian Olympic Diver
  52. swimmer
  53. Former Japanese swimmer, silver olympic medailist from Helsinki 1952, born September 20, 1928
  54. Underwater model, wife of pioneer diver Hans Hass
  55. Sports
  56. Surfer
  57. Canadian Canoer
  58. Anne Haug  (2)
    German Triathlon athlete
  59. Diving
  60. Olympian (1948 Silver & 1952 Gold - canoe)
  61. Australian Swimmer
  62. Swimming (Team Canada)
  63. USA Water Polo
  64. Olympic Swimmer won gold in 1984 Olympics in the 4X200 freestyle relay
  65. Australian swimmer, Olympic silver 1960
  66. Sean Hayes  (2)
    Surfer
  67. British Swimmer
  68. Professional Waterskier
  69. Pro Surfer
  70. Australian Rowing
  71. USA Canoe/Kayak
  72. Olympian Rowing
  73. Surfer for Body Glove
  74. Surfer for Body Glove
  75. rower
  76. Sweden, canoe, olympic silver 1952, born 8 March 1920
  77. 3 Time Olympic Gold Medal Winning Canadian Rower
  78. Swimmer
  79. Swimmer
  80. Dutch swimmer, Olympic silver 1960
  81. USA Canoe/Kayak
  82. Australian Rowing
  83. Surfer
  84. Surfer
  85. Ryan Held  (2)
    2016 US Olympic Men's Swim Team. Gold Medal winner in 4x100 freestyle relay
  86. Australian Olympic Diver
  87. Australian Olympic Diver
  88. Olympic champion
  89. Brenda Mersereau Helser (born May 26, 1924), is an American former competition swimmer who won a gold medal in the women's 4×100-meter freestyle relay at the 1948 Summer Olympics in London
  90. Olympic SwimmerBorn May 29, 1954
  91. Olympic Swimmer
  92. Swimmer
  93. Olympic champion 1968, Swimming, Women's 100 m Freestyle
  94. Canadian Olympic Swimmer: Won the Bronze medal in the 200m Backstroke at the 1984 Summer Olympics
  95. German former swimmer
  96. Australian Swimmer, olympic champion 1956
  97. Tage Henriksen (born 8 April 1925) is a Danish rower who competed in the 1948 Summer Olympics. He was born in Roskilde. In 1948 he was a crew member of the Danish boat which won the gold medal in the coxed pairs event
  98. Jim Henry  (3)
    1968 Olympics n Mexico City Henry, bronze metal in the three-meter spring board dive. Henry was in line for the gold with three dives left. Henry ended up losing the gold to fellow American Bernard Wrightson
  99. Athlete - Australian Olympic Swimmer
  100. German slalom canoeist
  101. Rowing
  102. Surfer
  103. Swimmer
  104. USA Canoe/Kayak
  105. Australian Olympic Water Polo Player
  106. Pro Surfer
  107. Hungary, water polo, Olympic champion 1956
  108. Australian rower, Olympic bronze 1956
  109. USA Water Polo
  110. USA Canoe/Kayak
  111. Canadian Olympic Diver
  112. Three-time Olympic Gold Medal Winner - 200-400 Meter Swimming (1968 Olympics)
  113. Olympic Swimmer
  114. Canadian Olympic Swimmer
  115. Diver
  116. Czech water slalom racer, double Olympic champion
  117. Rowing
  118. Katy Hill  (2)
    USA Canoe/Kayak
  119. Canadian Canoer
  120. Canadian Canoer
  121. Surfer
  122. USA Canoe/Kayak
  123. USA Canoe/Kayak
  124. USA Water Polo
  125. Japanese Olympic swimmer 1960
  126. Angler
  127. Born July 16, 1994 Olympic Diver
  128. Surfer
  129. Surfer
  130. Surfer
  131. Pro Surfer, 2001 ASP World Champion, brother of Damien Hobgood
  132. Pro Surfer
  133. British Swimmer
  134. Australian Swimmer
  135. USA Swimmer; At beijing, 2008, won a bronze medal in the 100 m backstroke, the silver medal in the 200 m backstroke, and the silver medal in the 4x100 m medley relay
  136. USA Swimming Team
  137. German canoeist
  138. Olympic champion diving
  139. swimmer
  140. Former Czech rower who competed for Czechoslovakia in the 1960 Summer Olympics and in the 1964 Summer Olympics.; born 29 January 1938 in Prague/Czech Republic; Olympic bronze medalist for Czechoslovakia 1964
  141. USA Canoe/Kayak
  142. Olympic Swimmer
  143. USA Water Polo
  144. Pro Surfer
  145. Olympic Canoer: Won two medals for Canada at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles with a silver in the K-2 500 m event and a bronze in the K-4 500 m event
  146. Canoeing
  147. Miklós Holop (born February 2, 1925) is a Hungarian water polo player who competed in the 1948 Summer Olympics. He was part of the Hungarian team which won the silver medal. He played all seven matches
  148. Sailor - Left quadriplegic from a swimming accident, he overcame his situation and became the first disabled person to circumnavigate Great Britain solo
  149. Canoeing
  150. Rowing
  151. Synchronized Swimmer
  152. Billy Hopkins  (2)
    Pro Surfer
  153. USA Water Polo
  154. Pro Bass Fisherman
  155. Australian Rowing
  156. USA Canoe/Kayak
  157. Australian Rowing
  158. Olympians swimming
  159. Australian Olympic Swimmer
  160. Water Polo
  161. Surfer, placed 2nd in the Fosters Cup at Trestles
  162. Swimmer
  163. Competition rower, former german champion
  164. Olympian Rowing
  165. 2012 London Olympic games silver medalist
  166. Jeff House  (2)
    Wakeboarding
  167. USA Canoe/Kayak
  168. TV Fisherman - Jimmy Houston Outdoors & Bass Tour Pro
  169. Australian Rowing
  170. Olympian Rowing
  171. Australian Olympic Water Polo Player
  172. Olympian Sailing
  173. Athlete - Sailing
  174. Australian rower, Olympic bronze 1956
  175. Swimmer
  176. USA Water Polo
  177. australian butterfly swimmer
  178. Olumpians water polo
  179. Sports Personality - Sailing
  180. Pro Bass Fisherman
  181. swimmer
  182. Brandi Hunt  (2)
    USA Water Ski
  183. Sports Personality - Rowing
  184. British Swimmer
  185. Mark Hunter  (2)
    Olympian Rowing
  186. USA Canoe/Kayak
  187. Australian Swimmer
  188. Olympic Swimmer
  189. Swimmer
  190. German former swimmer bronze 1968
  191. Sports
  192. Rowing
  193. USA Water Polo
  194. Danish Swimmer. Olympic Silver Medal in the 1936 400 meter freestyle event. Competed at the 1936 and 1952 Olympics
  195. USA Olympic Diver 1996 / College Diving Coach
  196. Olympic swimmer
  197. Former Swiss rower, born 19 October 1934 in Wädenswil/Switzerland; 1960 Olympic bronze medalist for Switzerland
  198. German Swimming Sport
  199. Canoeing
  200. Retired German rower who won a gold medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles
  201. Former Olympic champion swimming