Norman "Normie" Kwong

Inducted in 1969

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Amateur Team: Western Canada High School

Norman (Normie) Kwong, known as the “China Clipper”, was one of the premier running backs in Western Canada for 13 seasons.

       Kwong rushed 9,022 yards on 1,745 carries and scored 78 touchdowns. Kwong was the Western Division leading rusher in 1951, 1955, 1956, and had more than 1,000 yards four seasons in a row.

       A strong blocker and excellent faker, Kwong was known for his sense of humour.

       Normie Kwong is also a member of the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame.


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Amateur Team: Western Canada High School



Playing Career
Calgary Stampeders
1948 - 1950
Edmonton Eskimos
1951 - 1960

Awards/Honours

—All-Western Running Back
1951, 1953, 1955, 1956

—Eddie James Memorial Trophy
1951, 1955, 1956

—Canadian Male Athlete of the Year
1955

—Schenley Award for Most Outstanding Canadian
1956, 1958

—Grey Cup Participation
1948, 1949, 1952, 1954 - 1956, 1960

—Grey Cup Winning Teams
1948, 1954 - 1956


Class of 1969
—Abe Eliowitz
—Sam Etcheverry
—Norman "Normie" Kwong
—Arthur Stevenson
—Arthur U. Chipman
—Dr. Andrew P. Davies