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article imageNathan Adrian nominated for 2019 Panam Sports Values Award

By Markos Papadatos     Nov 12, 2019 in Sports
Eight-time Olympic medalist and American swimmer Nathan Adrian has been nominated for the "Panam Sports Values Award" at the 2019 Panam Sports Awards.
The inaugural Panam Sports Awards will take place on December 13 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. They will honor the greatest athletes of the Americas that made history at the Pan American Games in Lima.
Adrian is nominated for the "Panam Sports Values Award" alongside such distinguished athletes as Brazilian sailor Claudio Biekarck, Canadian water polo player Krystina Alogbo, Argentinian basketball player Luis Scola, and Ecuadorian boxer Julio Castillo.
Following his testicular cancer diagnosis, Adrian triumphed in his return at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru. He won more medals (five) than any other male athlete at the Pan American Games this summer. With these wins, Adrian was able to set a bright example for other athletes on how to overcome life's challenges through the power of sport.
At this year's Pan American Games, Adrian took home five medals for Team USA, including two gold medals and three silver medals.
The Panam Sports Values Award is bestowed upon an athlete that inspired a continent and went above and beyond to exhibit sportsmanship while displaying such Panam Sports Values as solidarity, inclusion, integrity, and excellence. This award is more than winning, it is about serving as an influence.
To vote for the 2019 Panam Sports Awards, check out their official website.
Adrian is competing in the new International Swimming League (ISL), as part of the Los Angeles Current, with Olympian Lenny Krayzelburg as the General Manager (GM).
To learn more about the Los Angeles Current, check out their Facebook page and follow them on Twitter.
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