Lundquist -- in swim speak, “Lunk the Hunk” -- also lost out on
competing with his USA Team in Moscow in 1980. But in .84 at the LA
Olympic Games, Steve emerged as the best American breaststroker in the
history of international swimming. There he earned two Gold Medals while
setting two World Records in the 100m breast and 100m medley relay.
Throughout his swimming career, Steve broke World and American Records
on 15 occasions. An inductee into the International Swimming Hall of
Fame in 1990, he was honored again six years later by being the
flagbearer for the Olympic Games in Atlanta. With much media exposure
and experience, including many talk-show appearances and TV credits,
Steve is civic-minded, involving himself in innumerable charities. His
BBA and MBA were put to good use when Steve opened his own company,
Digipak, in Georgia. He has been known to liven the party while swimming
in SAA events since 1987.