The 1912 Summer Olympics were opened to female divers and swimmers, but Schnall and other women were barred from participating by James Edward Sullivan of the United States Olympic Committee. She died on 14 February 1973 in Los Angeles, California.
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Ida Schnall, wanted to enter, but Sullivan put the kibosh on it. It wasn't until after he died, in 1914, that the gates to the competition began to open ...
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