Lori Norwood Selected to San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame

Oct. 08, 2014, 12 a.m. (ET)

Great news for Modern Pentathlon. Lori Norwood has been selected to join the San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame, with the induction ceremony February 28.
In 1989, she was the world’s best, winning five international competitions, including the World Championship and San Antonio Cup. In 1990, Lori placed second at the World Championships after winning the Goodwill Games, the San Antonio Cup and the U.S. National Championships. She won the individual title at the 1989 Olympic Festival in Oklahoma City and was a finalist for the AAU James E. Sullivan Award in ’89 and ’90, as the nation’s finest amateur athlete. In 1989, Lori was the Express-News Female Athlete of the year, and in 1991, was named the 1991 Amateur Athlete of the Year by Professional Athletes Assisting Youth Sports. Lori is also a member of the San Antonio Women’s Hall of Fame. She is married to USA Pentathlon World Team member Dr. Doug Stull, a team physician with the University of Kansas and they have two darling daughters. 
Congratulations Lori!!!