PATRONS & Special Thanks
The IMSHOF has three sources of income, Benefactors, Bequeaths, and Donations which are noted as Patrons of IMSHOF. Additionally many have contributed books, significant historic trophies, medals and memorabilia to the ISHOF Museum in Florida - see at the base of this page for more details.
Become a Patron
You can become a Patron of the International Marathon Hall of Fame by selecting the level that best suits you.
Individual $ 150
Family $ 300
Organization $ 495
Individual $ 300
Family $ 650
Organization $ 950
Individual $ 1,000
Family $ 1,450
Organization $ 1,950
Make a Donation
The International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame welcomes donations of all amounts.
Your financial contribution will help the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame fulfill its mission to promote and celebrate the sport of marathon swimming.
The International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax-exempt not-for-profit educational organization (USA taxpayers can received tax credit for donations).
Charitable contributions may be made to the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame by making your check payable to “IMSHOF” and mailing it to:
1 Hall of Fame Drive
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316. USA
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MANY THanKS to our current patrons
Channel Swimming Association (GBR 1996)
Dale (USA 1995) & Isabel Petranech, and Beth & David (USA 1999) Yudovin.
Marcia Cleveland (USA 2020); Ned Denison (IRL 2012); Bryan Finlay, PhD (CAN 2020); Harry Huffaker (USA 2011); Dr. Tim Johnson, DPS, PE (USA 2006); Michael W. Miller; Jaimie Monahan (USA 2018); Christine Owens, and Michael P. Read, MBE (GBR 1978)
Cork (Ireland) Distance Week
Chris & Sue Guesdon (AUS 2009 and 2019) and Steve Walker
James Anderson (USA 2014); David Barra (USA 2017); Clive Burbage; Eilís Burns; Marcia Cleveland (USA 2020); Enrique Flores; Pat Gallant-Charette (USA 2019); Dr. Jane Katz (USA 2014); Pádraig Mallon; Peter May; Darren Miller; Madhu Nagaraja; Tina Neill; Forrest Nelson (USA 2015); Marc Newman (GBR 1988); Meenakshi Pahuja; Dr. Susan Ratcliffe; Dan Simonelli; Fiona Southwell; Petar Stoychev (BUL 2008); Gary Toner; Jacques Tuset (FRA 2018) and Peter Van Vooren
Capri-Napoli (ITA 2021); Infinity (Ireland) Channel Swimming and Irish Long Distance Swimming Association (IRL 2012)
Walter (USA 2020) and Faye Poenisch
Richard Broer (NED 2017); Luciano Cotena (ITA 2019); Melissa Cunningham (AUS 2013); Ida Elionsky (USA 2019); Elizabeth Fry (USA 2014); Peggy Gaskill; Ted Keenan (IRL 1984); Joanna Langfield; Steven Muñatones (USA 2002); Stephen Redmond (IRL 2017); Nora Toledano Cadena (MEX 2006); and Billy Wallace (IRL 1999)
Several have contributed contributed significant books/historic trophies/medals and memorabilia to the ISHOF Museum in Florida plus electronic repositories to the sport and public. Below is the start of a list - please help us fill in previous gifts.
*Other museum collections, authors and individual/event/organization websites are not listed below.
Daniel Couto (grandson of Honoree Baron Abílio Couto): 1959 English Channel trophy for the fastest ever crossing
Honoree Julian Critchlow: English Channel solo swim records (www.tinyurl.com/solo-channel-database)
Honoree Evan Morrison: collection and display of swim results (and more) https:longswims.com
Honorees Roger and Val Parsons: first edition swimming book by Honoree Jabez Wolffe "Swimming Short and Long Distances"
Honoree Dale Petranech: a library of books, paper files and electronic images
Dr. Joel Saperstein: his open water swimming library
Honoree Herman Willemse: Atlantic City Trophy (2 meters in height!)