Well-deserved recognition for Pam Hutchings

Pam Hutchings from Seaside Pirates is to be inducted into the International Masters Swimming Hall of Fame in 2014.

Pam swam in the 100m Backstroke in the 1956 Melbourne Olympics under her maiden name, Pam Singleton and has been competing in Masters Swimming since 1987 and regularly competes in BPS meets as well as State and National meets.

She has been in the Top Ten for 24 years. She set 28 FINA Masters World Records in freestyle and backstroke. She has competed in 6 FINA World Championships since 1990 winning 19 gold, 11 silver and 1 bronze medal.

Congratulations Pam!!

2 thoughts on “Well-deserved recognition for Pam Hutchings”

  1. Pam Singleton was not only my PE teacher at Dover Heights girls high but also my swimming coach at Bondi Baths. A great role model and a beaut person. Congratulations


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