John Clifford MOFFET

United States of America USA

Swimming

  • Games participations
    1
  • First Olympic Games
    Los Angeles 1984
  • Year of Birth
    1964
Olympic Results

Biography

John Clifford MOFFET

John Moffet swam for Stanford, graduating in 1986. He made the ill-fated 1980 US Olympic team as the youngest male swimmer on that team. Moffet won bronze medals in the 100 and 200 breaststroke at the 1982 World Championships. After the 1984 Olympics he had his best year in 1985, winning both breaststrokes and gold in the medley relay at both the 1985 Universiade and the 1985 Pan Pacific Championships.

Moffet later went into film, and became a producer and director. He won three Primetime Emmy Awards for “The Amazing Race,” and later became an executive producer for Discovery Communications. Some of the other shows he has produced for television and movies include “King of the Grill (2013),” “Auctions Kings,” “Zombie Apocalypse,” “The Superstars,” “Russell Simmons Presents Brave New Voices,” and “Destroyed in Seconds.”

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Los Angeles 1984

#5
100 metres Breaststroke
100 metres Breaststroke Swimming
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200 metres Breaststroke
200 metres Breaststroke Swimming