Swimming A Means to A Beginning for History Channels Dr Martin Pepper

Swimming A Means to A Beginning for History Channels Dr Martin Pepper

By Grace Hoffmann, Swimming World College Intern

As I called to interview a particular University of Arizona alum and 1996 NCAA champion, I expected to hear about swimming and his glory days. To my surprise, the only talk of swimming I had with Dr. Martin Pepper, was how swimming was “just a small part” of his life.

Pepper is a man of many talents. He’s an adventurer. He’s an entrepreneur. He’s a researcher. He’s an explorer. He pursues his interests in piloting and discovery.

Martin’s older brother, Seth Pepper, was a very accomplished swimmer at the University of Arizona– he won the 100 butterfly at 1993 NCAAs. Seth also qualified for the Olympic Trials in the 100 butterfly and finished third at trials. With the great accomplishments of his older brother to set the standard high, younger brother Martin did not fail to perform in his years as an Arizona Wildcat. Martin won the 100 butterfly with a time of 46.74 at the 1996 NCAA Championships; a great accomplishment and huge improvement from finishing 8th the year before. Both Pepper brothers are members of the University of Arizona’s Hall of Fame.

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