Katie Ledecky Paris Olympics 2024
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Paris Olympics 2024: Katie Ledecky Glides Into Her Fourth Olympics, Wins 400m Freestyle In Swim Trials, Qualifies For Team USA. Seven-time Olympic gold medalist Katie Ledecky has made it into Team USA for the upcoming Paris Olympics 2024. This will be her fourth Olympics. Ledecky claimed victory in the 2024 U.S. Olympic swim trials final in the women’s 400m freestyle, with a time of 3:58.35.

The American swimming superstar said she enjoyed every moment. Ledecky shared that she has come a long way. She told a news outlet that she never imagined that she would get into her fourth Olympic Games. Ledecky said she enjoys it more and more each year and believes that it’s a testament to everyone.

She attributed her latest achievement to great communities that keep her excited about the sport, great teammates that push her every day, coaches for believing in her and pushing her to reach for bigger and bigger goals.

Katie Ledecky Zoomed Back To 2012 To Her First Olympic Trials

After the 400m freestyle event, the World Aquatic Champion shared that she zoomed back to the 2012, when she swam in her first Olympic trials and came in third. Ledecky said it’s unbelievable. She never thought of making it and never dreamed of becoming a record-breaking swimmer.

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Shedding light on her first-ever 800m at the London 2012 Olympics when she was just a 15-year-old kid, the Olympian said she became adamant to reach greater heights. Ledecky pointed out that she wanted to prove that she wasn’t just a one-hit wonder.

She prides herself on consistency. She added sometimes it can be tough to feel you’re not having a breakthrough but she is very happy about being consistent, enjoying training, and taking advantage of the moment.

She believes the goal is not different. Ledecky, having represented the United States at the London, Rio, and Tokyo Olympics, is one of the greatest female swimmers of all time. Paris Olympics 2024 will be her fourth.