Hall of Fame Class: 1992

Four-time Olympian Jack Kelly Jr. was selected president of the U.S. Olympic Committee in 1985, but died of a heart attack while jogging just three weeks later.
Colonel Don Hull served in World War II and the Korean War before a career in athletic administration. He served as the executive director of the Amateur Athletic Union from 1962 to 1978, then served eight years as president of the International Amateur Boxing Association.
Phil Mahre navigated the slalom course at the Sarajevo 1984 Olympic Winter Games to become just the second American to ever win a gold medal in Alpine Skiing.
"Queen" Helene Madison was one of the first American female swimming stars, winning two individual gold medals and the 4x100-meter freestyle relay gold at the Los Angeles 1932 Olympic Games.
Micki King hit her arm on the board on her ninth dive of the 3-meter springboard at the Mexico City 1968 Olympic Games and finished fourth. She won gold at the Munich 1972 Olympic Games.
After an ankle injury ended her speedskating career, Connie Carpenter-Phinney took up cycling and won a gold medal in the Olympic women's cycling debut event at the Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Games.
Milt Campbell's first-ever decathlon was at the 1952 U.S. Olympic Trials. He went on to win silver at the Helsinki 1952 Olympic Games. Campbell won gold at the Melbourne 1956 Olympic Games.