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This collection includes an 8″ x 10″ autographed photo of Greg waving from the winners podium, an autographed copy of Newsweek dated August 20, 1984, a letter from Senator Strom Thurmond and… last but certainly not least, Greg’s autographed scorecard showing his winning score of 754.41 on Springboard in the Los Angeles 1984 Olympics.
This is the scorecard for his very first Gold Medal and this happened in his home state at the Los Angeles Summer Games.
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 – his 1st Gold ever! 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.
Absolutely ICONIC photo of Greg wearing his Gold Medals from the 1984 Olympics. This is the original proof from Sports Illustrated/Time Inc.
At 11″ x 14′ it is perfect for framing and makes a perfect accent pieces to Greg’s first ever Gold medal.
Thanks to you, Greg’s fans, he is able to help great organizations like The Damien Center. In continued efforts to support the Damien Center’s Capital Campaign initiative for a sorely needed new building, Greg will be donating a sizable portion of the proceeds from the sale of his 3 remaining Olympic medals to the fund. Time is now of the essence, as the Damien Center broke ground at the new site in early March 2023. He hopes to raise enough to name 2 different areas of the new building. One for his mother, Frances Louganis, and the other for his greatly missed and dear friend, Ryan White. The Damien Center is close to Greg’s heart, as a long term HIV survivor. They also are very dear to Greg since they helped connect Ryan to services he needed and continue to do that today for anyone in need affected by HIV across the state of Indiana.
If you’re interested in browsing other items you can shop his complete memorabilia collection here.