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Who was the first black swimmer to win a national collegiate championship?
A. Chris Silva
B. Sybil Smith
C. Fred Evans
D. Maritza Correia
Tags: Championship, Chris Silva, Fred Evans, Maritza Correia, NCAA Swimming, Sybil Smith
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Fred is the correct answer out of those choices. But Thurman Robbins clued me into some earlier NAIA champions from the late '50s and early '60s.
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