Carvin DiGiovanni, APSP vice president of technical and standards, will receive a Paragon Award in the category of recreational swimming from the International Swimming Hall of Fame in May.

The Paragon Award marks yet another honor for DiGiovanni, who has won several since last year.  He was the 2018 recipient of the Al Turner Commitment to Excellence Award and received recognition from the International Code Council PMG. In addition to these awards, he was recognized in 2014 by the International Code Council as an Affiliate Award winner.

“I am truly honored to receive this award and to be recognized alongside such a remarkable group of passionate industry leaders," DiGiovanni says. “Through hard work and collaboration, it’s amazing what can be achieved. As we approach the industry’s next chapter, it’s most gratifying to know its future is advancing on a solid foundation.”

“The Paragon Award has grown each year in prestige and stature," says International Swimming Hall of Fame Honoree and Olympian Liaison Meg Keller-Marvin.” “We are honored to recognize such a remarkable group of talented individuals who have made such great contributions to the aquatics world. We could not be more proud of the outstanding group that make up our 2019 award recipients.”

Honorees will be recognized during the International Swimming Hall of Fame’s Honoree Induction weekend in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on May 17.