Jennifer (Chandler) Stevenson was the 3-meter springboard diving gold medalist at the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal at the age of 17. An Alabama native, Chandler began swimming with the Mountain Brook Swim Club coached by Carlos de Cubas. At first, she began as a swimmer until de Cubas convinced her to switch to diving. Chandler competed in the AAU Junior Olympics at the age of 12 where she not only won but was also named Most Outstanding Athlete. When de Cubas moved to Atlanta, Chandler followed to continue training and attended school as Westminster High School. Eventually, Chandler began training with Ron O’Brien who led her to the 1975 Pan-Am Games and 1976 Olympic Games. Chandler has been inducted into the International Swimming and Diving Hall of Fame (1987), the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame (1985), and the Calhoun County Sports Hall of Fame (2009). She was also honored as a torchbearer at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.
- 1976 USA Olympic Team gold medalist in the 3-meter springboard
- 1975 Pan-Am Games gold medalist
- 1978 World Aquatics Championships bronze medalist
- 7x National Champion in the 1 and 3-meter springboard