Friday, May 5, 2017

Swimmer Adolph Kiefer, who was the oldest living U.S. Olympic gold medalist, dies at 98

Adolph Kiefer, the 100-meter backstroke champion at the 1936 Berlin Games who was America's oldest living Olympic gold medalist in any sport, has died. He was 98.He died Friday at his home in Wadsworth, about 50 miles north of Chicago, according to the International Swimming Hall of Fame. It said...

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