Steve Gregg

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He was an All-American at North Carolina State University for four straight years, 1974 to 1977 and earned a place in the North Carolina Swimming Hall of Fame. The Wilmington native set an Olympic
record of 2:00:24 in a qualifying heat for the 200 meter butterfly surpassing super star Mark Spitz’s record of 2:00:70 set four years earlier. Gregg was the Delaware Sportswriters and Broadcasters
Association ” 1977 Co-Athlete of the Year”. Other career highlights included winning the NCAA National Championship in the 200 meter butterfly and a Silver medal in the 1975 Pan-Am Games. Steve won
the U.S. National butterfly championship five years running.

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