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Special Olympics is one of America’s greatest exports, now reaching over 5 million participants in 174 countries. pic.twitter.com/p Aq Az VBz UU I came to Gwangju to learn, but I didn’t expect to learn about South Korean hospitals! I’m looking forward to getting healthy and taking on 2020!She trained with Nation’s Capital Swim Club, where she was first coached by Yuri Suguiyama, followed by Bruce Gemmel after Yuri’s departure to Cal. Her time of .63 was incredibly close to the World Record and broke Janet Evans’ long-standing American Record of .22.2013 FINA World Championships Ledecky returned to school and continued to train at NCAP with coach Bruce Gemmell.She finished off her pan pacs performance with a gold in the women’s 1500, winning in a time of .97.2018 World Female Swimmer of the Year Ending the year with 3 #1 world rankings as well as a hefty medal haul from Pan Pacs, Katie Ledecky was Swim Swam’s 2018 US Female Swimmer of the Year as well as the World Female Swimmer of the Year.After countless splits and times that danced around world record paces, Ledecky made her move at the 2013 FINA World Championships in Barcelona.
She set world records in both the 8 freestyles and an American record in the 400.
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Ledecky touched in silver with a time of .97, behind Titmus’ .76.
After that 400, Ledecky pulled out of both the 200 free and 1500 finals, citing illness as the reason.
In the 1500, she shaved nearly six seconds off of Kate Ziegler’s previous world record in a hard-fought battle against Denmark’s Lotte Friis.