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Bradley Heads Olympic Hall of Fame Inductees

May 27, 1988|Associated Press

NEW YORK — Bill Bradley, who was the captain of the 1964 U.S. Olympic basketball team, and four others were inducted into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame Thursday night.

Also inducted were Tenley Albright, who won a gold medal for figure skating in the 1956 Winter Games at Cortina, Italy; the late Charles Daniels, who won five gold medals in swimming during the early 1900's; Mal Whitfield, who won three Olympic gold medals in track and field and from 1948-1954 won 66 of 69 races, and broadcaster Jim McKay, who has covered the Olympic Games 11 times.

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