Mitch Ivey

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American swimmer, Olympic silver medalist, swimming coach

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According to Wikipedia, Mitchell Ivey is a former American international swimmer who was a backstroke specialist and Olympic medalist. Ivey later became a prominent Olympic and college swimming coach. Early years He was born in San Jose, California, and trained with the Santa Clara Swim Club under coach George Haines. As a member of the Santa Clara Swim Club, he won three Amateur Athletic Union United States national championships. He initially attended Stanford University, but transferred to California State University, Long Beach, where he swam for coach Don Gambril's Long Beach State 49ers swim team in National Collegiate Athletic Association competition. Ivey won the 200-yard backstroke at the NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships with a time of 1:52.77 in 1970, and graduated from Long Beach State in 1972.

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