Mike Stamm


Inducted in 1978. Mike Stamm set one world record and five American records in the backstroke.

Named to the High School All-America Team while competing for Crawford High, he went on to set numerous Big 10 and NCAA records at Indiana University and won one gold and two silver medals in the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich.

The Gold came as a member of the winning 400 meter medley relay team, and he won individual silver medals in the 100-meter and 200 meter backstroke.

He set a world mark of 2:06.33 in the 200 meter backstroke and a U.S. record of 58.53 in the 100 meter backstroke to win National AAU titles in 1970.

He won eight national championships overall.

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