Originally from Milford, Ohio, Denny Flandreau was one of the most naturally talented athletes to ever attend G.M.A. As an All-American, he was a member of the varsity swimming and diving team and the varsity track team. He helped G.M.A. win its first Mid-South Track Prep Championship in 1956 by scoring 15 of the team’s 47 points, earning points in five events. Denny was a Diving National Champion in 1957 in the springboard event and was named to the 1957-58 All-American Swim Team. Denny received a full scholarship to Florida State University in swimming and diving and had continued success in the pool in college. He was nominated to represent the U.S.A. in the 1964 Olympics before sustaining a career-ending ankle injury.
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