Gary Hall, Jr.

Gary Hall, Jr. is an Olympic swimmer best known for winning 10 medals, representing the United States in the 1996, 2000 and 2004 Olympics. He is one of the few athletes with Type 1 (insulin dependent) diabetes to compete in the Olympics. Most recently Gary has been a top executive with a Southern California healthcare system.

Gary was initially told diabetes would end his swimming career after he collapsed after a swimming competition. His successful management of the disease has inspired many other athletes to use good nutrition, exercise and the latest in tech monitors to enhance their performance without using performance enhancing drugs.

Never far from a pool, Gary grew up in the Phoenix area. His father won three Olympic medals and his grandfather was a NCAA championship swimmer.

Gary is available for speaking and appearances, endorsements and healthcare advocacy for athletes of all ages.