Tracy Caulkins Swimmer

Tracy Anne Stockwell, OAM, (born January 11, 1963), née Tracy Anne Caulkins, is a former American college and international swimmer, a three-time Olympic gold medalist and a former world record-holder. Caulkins was noted for her versatility and ability in all four major competitive swimming strokes: the butterfly, breaststroke, backstroke and freestyle. Caulkins won forty-eight national championships and set American records in all four strokes over a range of distances as well as in the individual medley (IM) events, which combine all four strokes over the course of a single race. Her versatility brought Caulkins many titles and awards, and as a result she is considered one of the greatest swimmers of all time. By the time she retired from competitive swimming in 1984, Caulkins had set five world records and sixty-three American records (more than any other American swimmer, male or female). Caulkins was born in Winona, Minnesota in 1963. She swam for the Westside Victory Swim club and later the Nashville Aquatic Club (NAC) in Nashville, Tennessee, where she was trained by future University of Texas and U.S. Olympic coach Paul Bergen.

Personal details

Date of birth
January 11th, 1963
United States of America
Places lived
Minnesota , United States of America
pop. 5,420,380 (2013)
Winona , Minnesota
pop. 27,546 (2013)
Tennessee , United States of America
pop. 6,495,978 (2013)


1. University of Florida

Type Public university
Institution colors
226 Tigert Hall, 32611 - Gainesville, Florida
2010. 32,660
2009. 33,628
2010. 17,167
Acceptance rate
2011. 39.0 %
2010. 43.2 %
Local tuition
2011. 5.66 K $
2010. 5.04 K $
2009. 4.37 K $
2008. 3.78 K $
Official web page
Wikipedia article
Social media

Institution social analysis

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People attended University of Florida connected by profession and/or age

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Olympic medals

1984 Summer Olympics Los Angeles

The 1984 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XXIII Olympiad, was an international multi-sport event held in Los Angeles, California, United States in 1984. When Tehran, the only other interested city on the international level, declined to bid due to the concurrent Iranian political and social changes, the IOC awarded Los Angeles the Games by default. This was the second occasion Los Angeles hosted the games; it previously hosted in 1932. In response to the American-led boycott of the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow, 14 Eastern Bloc countries including the Soviet Union, Cuba and East Germany boycotted the Games. For differing reasons, Iran and Libya also boycotted. The USSR announced its intention not to participate on May 8, 1984, citing security concerns and "chauvinistic sentiments and an anti-Soviet hysteria being whipped up in the United States." Boycotting countries organized another large event in June–September 1984, called the Friendship Games; however, not even a single competition was held between July 28 and August 12. Representatives of the organizing countries, in particular the USSR, underlined it was "not held to replace the Olympics".

Medal Event Date Location Other medalists
Swimming - Women's 200 metre Individual Medley 1984
Swimming - Women's 400 metre Individual Medley 1984
Petra Zindler (West Germany)

Awards won

1978 James E. Sullivan Award

Awarded for Presented by Discipline Award shared with
Amateur Athletic Union


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