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Jake Arnold, one of seven individuals who will be inducted into the UA Sports Hall of Fame in November, was a two-time NCAA decathlon champion.
Andy Lopez typically includes a trip to the University of Arizona Sports Hall of Fame as part of his recruiting pitch.
Former Wildcat Annie Chandler, left, with 100-meter breast stroke winner Breeja Larson, finished fifth in the finals and said of her career, "Now it's over for me."
Tucson Ford Aquatics swimmer Matt Grevers, right, pumps his fist after winning the 100 backstroke final at the Olympic trials in Omaha, Neb.
OMAHA, Neb. - Two of the leading names in Arizona swimming history, Whitney Burnett and Annie Chandler, effectively ended their careers Wednesday night.
This is Whitney Myers narrating a slide show of her wonderful life: "That's me - I was 15 - at the 2000 Olympic trials in Indianapolis. Look how tiny I was! No wonder Frank Busch called me 'Munchkin.' Do you know Sports Illustrated wrote about me?
This is Whitney Myers narrating a slide-show of her wonderful life:
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