Name: Swin Cash
Position: 10m individual, 10m synchro
Current Residence: Atlanta, Georgia
College: University of Connecticut
- 2004 Olympic Games, gold medal
- 2012 Olympic Games, gold medal
- 2002 NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player
- Four-time WNBA All-Star
- Three-time WNBA Champion
Fun Facts: Her full first name is Swintayla, which means, “astounding woman” ... Started her own foundation called "Cash for Kids" ... Has been named to the Boys & Girls Club of America Alumnae Hall of Fame ... Received an honorary Doctorate in Public Service from Washington & Jefferson College
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