Veteran Indiana Hoosiers diving coach, Hobie Billingsley, 94, passed away

Veteran Indiana Hoosiers diving coach, Hobie Billingsley, 94, passed away

Indiana University’s famed Hobie Billingsley, one of history’s best influential diving coaches and a legendary figure who helped create one of college sports’ greatest dynasties, passed away on Saturday. Know more about him in the following lines.

Hobie Billingsley Death- His Obituary

Hobie Billingsley passed away at the ripe old age of 94 years old. The precise cause of his death has not been officially confirmed as of yet. But we will be updating the details related to it soon in the forthcoming days. He died at Bloomington on 16 July 2022.

From his sudden, many athletes and swimming experts are in a state of shock and are in tears after the late great Hobbie passing. In the year 2018, Billingsley was diagnosed with myasthenia gravis which was an autoimmune neuromuscular disease

Our sites with the eternal soul of Hobie to find solace and peace in the almighty heavens above.

Hobie Billingsley Age, Family, and Early Life

Hobie Billingsley age was 94 years old at the time of his death. He was born on December 2, 1927, in Erie.

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His family and early life could not be traced but he will go down and be known as one of the most successful diving coaches of all time in history.

Hobie Billingsley Career, What was his profession?

Hobie Billingsley was a great American diving champion and one of the top honored swimming legends inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame. He is also known to take the judge’s oath at Olympics in Atlanta in 1996.

Moving further; Billingsley was also coached at IU from 1959-89 and aided the Hoosiers to win six NCAA and 23 Big Ten championships. His divers also went on to bag 115 national titles, 22 Big Ten championships, six Olympic medals, and five national world championships.

He coached his Team USA in 1968, 1972, 1976, and 1980 Olympics, and got the judge role at the 1992 and 1996 Games. He has also founded the World Diving Coaches Association and the American Coaches Diving Association.  Among the illustrious divers Billingsley coached were Cynthia Potter, who won got at the 1968 Games in Mexico City and owner of the American record with 28 national titles, and Olympic gold medalists like Kenny Sitzberger and Mark Lenzi

Hobie Billingsley Net Worth, How much does he earn?

As of July 2022; Hobie Billingsley’s net worth figure has not been disclosed yet.

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Which school/college did he go to? What was his major?

His academic degree and educational background are missing at the moment.

Hobie Billingsley Wife, What about his relationship?

His wife, as well as kids’ names, has not been opened up to date.

His social media reach

Hobie Billingsley was not active on the social media sites like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook account.

Hobie Billingsley’s Height, Weight, Sexual orientation,

HeightNot Available
WeightNot Available
Hair colorNot Available
Body typeFit
 Sexual orientationStraight

Interesting facts about Hobie Billingsley’s which you should be knows

NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite
Zodiac signSagittarius
Age94
Relationship  statusNot Available
ChildrenNot Available
PartnerNot Available

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