After much speculation, the International Swimming Hall of Fame will look for a new home in another city upon the expiration of its current 50-year agreement with the City of Fort Lauderdale in February 2015.
As Aquatics International originally reported in July, officials at the organization have been unhappy with an upcoming redevelopment of the aging complex.
“This was a very emotional and difficult decision for our organization to make," said ISHOF CEO Bruce Wigo, according to Swim Swam.
While the city of Fort Lauderdale had been proceeding with a $32.4 million overhaul of the aquatics center, ISHOF’s board of directors believes the organization can do better. Read More