Full name: Charles Buchanan "Charlie" Hickcox
Height: 6'3" (191 cm)
Weight: 176 lbs (80 kg)
Born:February 6, 1947 in Phoenix, Arizona, United States Died:June 15, 2010 in San Diego, California, United States
Affiliations: Bloomington Swim Club, Bloomington (USA) / Indiana Hoosiers, Bloomington (USA)
Country:United States Sport:Swimming
Charlie Hickcox had an outstanding record in the IM and backstroke at every level of competition. He held seven NCAA individual titles, led Indiana to two team championships, won nine AAU titles, and was twice a gold medalist at the Pan-American Games. Hickcox also set eight world records. He became a coach and occasional television announcer. Hickcox married U.S. Olympic diver Lesley Bush, though they later divorced. After graduating from Indiana he attended law school at Northern Kentucky State University. He became a member of the Arizona Bar and later pursued a career in commercial real estate, establishing the Feldman-Hickcox Company.
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