Stephanie Elkins

Stephanie W. Elkins (born c. 1963)[1] is an American former competition swimmer who won a gold medal in the 4×100-meter freestyle relay at the 1978 World Aquatics Championships,[2] setting a new world record. She won another gold medal in the same event at the 1979 Pan American Games. She qualified for the 1980 Summer Olympics, again in the 4×100-meter freestyle, but could not participate due to the boycott of the Moscow Olympics led by the United States.[3][4]

Stephanie Elkins
Personal information
Full nameStephanie W. Elkins
National team United States
Bornc. 1963 (age 5556)
Sport
SportSwimming
StrokesFreestyle
ClubCincinnati Marlins
College teamStanford University

Elkins attended Stanford University, and swam for the Stanford Cardinal swimming and diving team in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) competition. She graduated from Stanford with a bachelor's degree in organizational behavior, and since 1985 worked in sale and leasing of office and R&D buildings. She was a vice president of Colliers International.[3] /she now works at Coldwell Banker Residential real estate teaming with Hugh Cornish in luxury properties in Atherton/Portola Valley/Woodside and Menlo Park


See also

References

  1. Dave Hamilton (1980). US Olympic Trials. swimmingworld.com
  2. Stephanie ELKINS. les-sports.info
  3. Stephanie W. Elkins Archived 2013-01-19 at Archive.today. colliersparrish.com
  4. Hall of Fame. Cincinnati Marlins


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