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Interview: Greg Louganis on gold medals, HIV and Matthew Mitcham

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  1. Suddenly Last Bummer 30 Jan 2012, 11:22am

    Total respect and kudos to Dr James Puffer for not behaving negatively towards treating Matthew unaware of his HIV status. In an era as litigious as this its refreshing to think there are people (especially in the US) who won’t sue someone at the drop of a hat.

  2. All my respect and best wishes.

  3. God Bless this World class Athlete for winning gold, the top honors. Truly an example for Athletes around the world.
    Also a great example for our young gay Athletes to follow and be brave as they are developed in their minds and bodies. God makes gays to love and share their love with the world, like all people. Greg is not only a good example for the LGBT people but Greg is truly a beautiful man and a god of the diving world, loved him when I first saw him in the Olympics.

  4. gary r chapman 30 Jan 2012, 5:37pm

    so glad to read about george. how we forget people over the years — even those who have been sooooo important to us and our life style!
    hi george — and the best!

  5. Greg Louganis is an amazing athlete and a gentleman to book. All the best to him and to the equally amazing Matthew Mitcham.

    1. Your interview with Greg only reveiled what I’ve known since high school… he is one of the most personable, caring individuals, that along with his athleticism, integrity, shear beauty and grace… let us watch him through his career with wonder and awe. I will never forget you Greg… you will always be an example to all as an elite athlete, a gracious person, and gentleman. My memory of you helped me at my lowest and highlest…that great smile and quiet confidence. Thank you.

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