About Mark Spitz Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
He was able to win seven gold medals in the 1972 Munich Olympic Games. Mark Spitz whose real name is Mark Andrew Spitz was born on February 10, 1950. He has Mark Spitz memorabilia & collectibles that you can add in your collection. Moreover, he is a retired American swimmer that was notably known to many people for he is an achiever in his field.
He was able to win nine Olympic gold medals, silver and one bronze. This made Mark Spitz memorabilia & collectibles more recognized. The feat he achieved in the 1972 Munich Olympic Games was only beaten by Michael Phelps
who was able to win in the 2008 Olympics the eight gold medals. Find autographed Mark Spitz memorabilia and signed collectibles and have in hand his Mark Spitz memorabilia & collectibles. Sportsmemorabilia.com is the source for authentic Mark Spitz sports memorabilia.
From 1968 through 1972, he won five Pan American gold and 31 US Amateur Athletic Union titles also eight US National Collegiate Athletic Association titles.
He was named in 1969, 1971 and 1972 as the World Swimmer of the Year.
In his retirement, the 1999 ESPN SportsCentury 50 Greatest Athletes ranked him in the no. 33. He was the only aquatic athlete to dash it off in the list.
He was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame in 1977, San Jose Sports Hal of Fame in 2007 and in the same year in the National Jewish Museum Sports Hall of Fame and Long Beach City College Hall of Fame.
Thus, it is truly worthy to own the Autographed Mark Spitz Memorabilia.
His name is misspelled commonly as Mark Spits, Mark Spittz and Mhark Spitz.
Have the opportunity to rack up to some swimming memorabilia such as the Amanda Beard
USA Olympics Swimming 16x20 Photo and John Naber
autographed card (Swimming).