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Katie Ledecky
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Swimmer
    (March 17, 1997- )
    Born in Washington, District of Columbia
    Won a gold medal in the 200 meter freestyle swimming competition at the XXXI Summer Olympics (Rio de Janeiro 2016)
    Won a gold medal in the 400 meter freestyle swimming competition at the XXXI Summer Olympics (Rio de Janeiro 2016)
    Won a gold medal in the 800 meter freestyle swimming competition at the XXX Summer Olympics (London 2012) and XXXI Summer Olympics (Rio de Janeiro 2016)
    Won a gold medal in the 4x200 meter freestyle swimming competition at the XXXI Summer Olympics (Rio de Janeiro 2016)
    Won a silver medal in the 4x100 meter freestyle swimming competition at the XXXI Summer Olympics (Rio de Janeiro 2016)
    She has a big, toothy grin.
    Her name include 'Ledecks,' 'Ledeckster' and 'Deckster.'
    She only started swimming at age six in order to follow in her brother Michael's footsteps.
    Her uncle is co-owner of the New York Islanders.
    Some sports media touted her as the male Michael Phelps.
    In fact, NBC overly promoted her and Phelps in television promos for the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics.
    She is of Irish, Jewish, Polish, and Czech descent.
    Her third place finish at the 2012 London Summer Olympics in the 400 meter freestyle swimming competition was the fastest time for an American 15 or 16 year old, beating Janet Evans's 1988 record at the Seoul Summer Olympics.
    Her gold medal-winning performance in the 800 meter swimming competition at the 2012 Summer Olympics was the second fastest time recorded in that race behind Rebecca Adlington's performance in Beijing four years earlier.
    As a result, she won 2012 Best Female Performance of the Year and Breakout Performer of the Year at the Golden Goggle Awards.
    She attended Stanford on a swimming scholarship.
    She was the youngest person honored in TIME magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World for 2016.
    Her gold-medal winning performance in the 800 meter freestyle competition in 2016 was a world record.
    She became the first swimmer to gold at the 200, 400, and 800 meter freestyle races all a single OIympic Games since Debbie Meyer in 2016.

Credit: Birdienest81


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