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Here you will find rare, one-of-a-kind, iconic pieces of Greg’s history, and that of not only the United States, but World elite athletics. Since Greg is also an accomplished Author & Actor and has been the subject of books and movies, his collection includes that part of his life as well.

Greg hopes that by sharing his memorabilia he will inspire others to reach their fullest potential. He believes that by letting go of tangible parts of the past he is creating space to pave the way to his future. He likens this part of the journey to the Entrepreneur who has nurtured and grown a business over years of dedicated work, and then sells that business so they can focus on new endeavors.

Greg wishes for everyone to find something here that truly inspires them! Great care has gone into selecting the items to present for Auction, being mindful that even the smallest of budgets can find some piece of inspiration.

Greg’s memorabilia collection is expansive. Some items have yet to be listed here while others have been offered to the Smithsonian American History Museum to preserve Greg’s legacy and his unique position in our collective history as an elite athlete and LGBTQ+ icon.

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1988 Olympic Gold Medal: Diving, Men’s 10M Platform

This medal is 1 in 1,180. That’s how many Olympic Gold Medals the United States has won since the inception of the Olympic Games. But this medal isn’t just 1 in 1,180… because it was won by the literal G.O.A.T. of Diving, Greg Louganis. The gold medal was presented to Greg in Seoul, Korea for winning the Men’s Diving 10 Meter Platform event. Greg won both the platform and the springboard events in 1988, after hitting his head during the springboard preliminaries, resulting in a concussion. Nearly one week after that, on September 27, 1988, Greg scored an almost perfect 86.70 points on his final dive to win by a narrow margin of 1.14 points.

Greg will hand deliver this to the winning bidder and is happy to share stories over lunch or dinner, as well as take some pictures.

*Potential Buyers of any Olympic Medal offered here will be asked to provide verification of funds from their bank within 48 business hours. To make an offer please click the button below.
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1984 Olympic Gold Medal: Diving, Men’s 3M Springboard

This medal is 1 in 1,180. That’s how many Olympic Gold Medals the United States has won since the inception of the Olympic Games. But this medal isn’t just 1 in 1,180… because it was won by the literal G.O.A.T. of Diving, Greg Louganis and is THE FIRST Olympic Gold he would win. This gold medal was presented to Greg in Los Angeles, California on August 8, 1984 for winning the Men’s Diving 3 Meter Springboard event. Greg won both the platform and the springboard events in 1984, winning his first gold medals in his home Country and State!

This medal represents Greg Louganis’ personal best score ever for Springboard, 754.41 – a whopping 90 point lead over the Silver medalist.

Greg will hand deliver this to the winning bidder and is happy to share stories over lunch or dinner, as well as take some pictures.

* Potential Buyers of any Olympic Medal offered here will be asked to provide verification of funds from their bank within 48 business hours. To make an offer use the button below.
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1976 Olympic Silver Medal: Diving, Men’s 10M Platform

On July 27, 1976 the G.O.A.T. of Diving, Greg Louganis, won his first Olympic medal at age 16. This Silver Medal represents the start of Greg’s journey through the Olympic Games as an amatuer athlete. Greg was clearly so gifted that the 1976 Gold Medalist, Klaus Dibiasi, told him that the next Gold would be his.

The 1976 Summer Olympic Games took place in Montreal, Canada and was the first Olympics to be held there. The medal comes on the original silver chain and in the wood block and leather case Greg received. The side of the medal is engraved with the event, in this case the French word for swimming, “Natation”.

Greg will hand deliver this to the winning bidder and is happy to share stories over lunch or dinner, as well as take some pictures.

*To make an offer please send an email at the button below. Potential Buyers of any Olympic Medal offered here will be asked to provide verification of funds from their bank within 48 business hours.
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