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Louganis, (Gregory) Greg

(1960–  ) diver; born in San Diego, Calif. One of the greatest divers in history, he won platform and springboard gold medals at both the 1984 and 1988 Olympics.
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GREG LOUGANIS (58) - American who won a record four Olympic and five world gold medals.
Famous athletes, such as Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw and Olympic diving champion Greg Louganis, have been open about their struggles with depression.
Greg Louganis, the diver who competed in the 1984 and 1988 Olympics, will appear in the campy franchise.
Laugher and Mears also go into the event as the reigning European champions and the Ripon 21-year-old has the endorsement of one of the greatest divers of all time ringing in his ears after four-time Olympic gold medallist Greg Louganis singled him out as a star to watch six years ago.
Laugher and Mears also go into the event as the reigning European champions and the Ripon 21-year-old has the endorsement of one of the greatest divers of all time ringing in his ears after fourtime Olympic gold medallist Greg Louganis singled him out as a star to watch six years ago.
In the diving preliminaries, US superstar Greg Louganis cracked his head on the springboard on the way down, hitting the water concussed.
Olympic athletes who attended included Greg Louganis, Gold-Medal Diver, and Meryl Davis, Gold-Medal Ice Dancer and winner of “Dancing With the Stars,” Season 18.
As recently as about 20 years ago, people were stunned when well-known athletes like Billie Jean King (tennis) and Greg Louganis (diving) came out as gay.
Washington, Oct 13 ( ANI ): Olympic diving champion Greg Louganis has reportedly married his paralegal boyfriend in Malibu, California in a ceremony attended by their friends and family, following their engagement in June this year.
The result is the first book in the series called Letters for Healing: The Therapeutic Power of Writing to a Lost Loved One, which includes a forward by famed Olympic diver Greg Louganis as well as a CD of songs using the letters as lyrics.
Other notable recipients: Glenn Cunningham, Bob Richards, Wilma Rudolph, Bill Bradley, Jim Ryun, Mark Spitz, Frank Shorter, Bill Walton, Bruce Jenner, Carl Lewis, Edwin Moses, Greg Louganis, Jim Abbott, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Florence Griffith-Joyner, Peyton Manning, Michael Phelps and Shawn Johnson.
With Olympic legend and eminent gay rights activist Greg Louganis as chief guest, it was a big achievement for Nepal's nearly 2-3 million strong LGBT population.