FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) _ Tom Dolan, who overcame the effects of asthma to become an Olympic champion and world record holder, was among 10 athletes chosen Thursday for the International Swimming Hall of Fame.

They will be inducted on May 13, said Bruce Wigo, president and chief executive officer of the Hall of Fame.

Dolan won gold at both the 1996 Atlanta Games and 2000 Olympics at Sydney.

Also selected were Joe Bottom, an Olympic silver medal winner in 1976; Flip Darr, a U.S. coach in the 1970s; Jane Asher of Great Britain; Carlos Dibiasi, a pioneer diving coach from Italy; Igor Milanovic, a Hungarian water polo player; Susan O'Neil of Australia and Kieren Perkins of Australia; Alison Streeter, an open water swimmer from Britain; and Xiong Ni, Olympic silver medal diver in the 1988 Olympics from China.

Also being recognized for their contributions in aquatic sports will be Bud Greenspan, who has chronicled Olympics with award-winning documentaries for decades, and Jim Press, the CEO of Toyota Motor Sales who is top-level masters swimmer and will be competing in the Masters Championships in nearby Coral Springs the week of the ISOHF induction ceremonies.

This year's honorees join an elite group of water sports athletes ranging from Buster Crabbe, Gertrude Ederle and Johnny Weissmuller to Donna DeVarona and Mark Spitz.

Since the ISHOF was founded in 1965, more than 600 athletes and contributors to water sports from 34 nations representing the sports of swimming, diving, water polo, synchronized swimming, open water swimming and lifesaving have been inducted.