Toronto – Canadian Swim sensation is among the five athletes and two builders to be inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame at a gala dinner Nov. 5 in Toronto once again will showcase the country’s ever-expanding contribution to world sporting excellence.
Nancy Garapick was a blonde, bubbling unknown 14-year-old when she broke the world 200 backstroke record in 1975.
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame recognizes and honours Canada’s sports heroes. It is the Hall’s mission to inspire Canadian identity and national pride by telling the compelling stories of those outstanding achievements that make up Canada’s sports history. The addition of these athletes and builders brings the total number of Honoured Members in Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame to 499.
source: Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame