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Greg Speirs


Greg Speirs created the iconic 1992 "Slam Dunking Skullman" skeleton trademark design worn by the 1992 Olympic Men's Lithuanian basketball team at the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics on the medal ceremonies podium. He donated 100% of his profits realized from his iconic Slam Dunking Skeleton design to become the major funder of the 1992 Men's ... See full bio »
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Greg Speirs' Slam-Dunking Skeleton trademark became a household icon when first seen by the world adorning tie dyed jerseys worn by the 1992 Lithuanian Olympic basketball team at the medal ceremonies in the Barcelona 1992 Summer Olympics. He acquired the status of being the major sponsor of the team by donating 100% of his profits which were the major funds generated from the sales of his ... See more »

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