Many more records are being set and broken in Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games. One of the most memorable is swimming in the 400 meters free style where the world record holder has broken her own record. Katie Ledecky, the 19-year-old swimming superstar entered these Olympics as the current world-record holder in the 400, 800 and 1,500 meter freestyles. The young lady is now chasing history in swimming at the Olympics.
From the look of things, it appears Ledecky’s Olympic program has just begun. Swimming schedules indicate that she’ll swim individually in the 200 and 800 free styles. You may recall that it was in the 800 she won in London in perhaps the biggest upset of the 2012 Games. She’ll also likely anchor the women’s 4x200 free relay, bringing her potential medal total to five. If she wins the 200 and 800 frees, she’ll become the first female Olympian to win three individual freestyle gold medals in a single Olympics since Debbie Meyer did it in 1968. History really beckons on this young lady and things appear right now to be working in her favor.
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