Katie Ledecky Net worth – Katie Ledecky has a net worth of $4 million. She is one of the most decorated professional female swimmers from the United States of America.
|Date of Birth||March 17, 1997|
|Age||24 years (2021)|
|Net worth||$4 million|
|Education||Little Flower School|
Stone Ridge School
|Awards||Swimming World World Swimmer of the Year Award: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018|
Swimming World American Swimmer of the Year Award: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
FINA Swimmer of the Year: 2013
FINA Best Swimming Performance of the Year: 2015, 2016
Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year: 2017
L’Équipe Champion of Champions: 2014, 2017
Time 100: 2016 (youngest person on the list)
USOC Sports Woman of the Year: 2012–13, 2016, 2017
USA Swimming Athlete of the Year: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018
USA Swimming Performance of the Year Award: 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Golden Goggle Female Athlete of the Year: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
Golden Goggle Female Race of the Year: 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Golden Goggle Breakout Performer of the Year: 2012
Honda Sports Award Winner for NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving: 2016–17
Honda Cup Winner: 2016–17
Women’s Sports Foundation Athlete of the Year (Individual Sport): 2017
Academic All-America Team Member of the Year, Division I: 2017–2018
Katie Ledecky Bio
Katie Ledecky Bio – Katie Ledecky (born March 17, 1997) is a professional swimmer from the United States. She has won 7 Olympic gold medals and 15 gold medals in world championships. She has the women’s 400-, 800-, and 1500-meter freestyle world records (long course)
Ledecky was born and reared in Bethesda, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C. She comes from a Jewish family.
Due to the influence of her older brother, Michael, and her mother, who swam for the University of New Mexico, Ledecky began swimming at the age of six. Katie Ledecky Net worth
Katie Ledecky Education
Katie Ledecky Education – She graduated from Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart in 2015 after attending Little Flower School through eighth grade in Bethesda. Ledecky twice set the American and US Open records in the 500-yard freestyle and twice established the national high-school mark in the 200-yard freestyle during her high-school swimming career. With the exception of the 100-meter breaststroke, Ledecky concluded her high school career as the Stone Ridge school record holder in every swimming event.
Ledecky, along with gymnast Simone Biles, was named one of the sponsors of the US Navy aircraft carrier USS Enterprise in December 2016. This is the first time Olympians have received this accolade.
She finished the needed courses for a bachelor of arts in psychology at Stanford University in December 2020 and graduated in June 2021.
Katie Ledecky Career
Katie Ledecky Career – Ledecky qualified for the 2012 Olympics after winning the 800-meter freestyle with a time of 8:19.78 at the United States Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska (her first senior national competition).
Ledecky qualified for the final of the 800-meter freestyle at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London after finishing third overall in the heats with a time of 8:23.84. Ledecky astonished the field in the final, winning gold by almost four seconds with a time of 8:14.63, the second-fastest time of all time at the time, just behind Rebecca Adlington’s world record of 8:14.10 set in 2008.
Ledecky won gold in the 400, 800-, and 1500-meter freestyles, as well as the 4200-meter freestyle relay, at the 2013 World Championships, and established two world marks. She became only the second woman to win all four events in a World Championships, following German Hannah Stockbauer in 2003.
She won the gold medal in the 2016 Olympics final with a world record time of 3:56.46, about two seconds faster than her previous best from 2014 and nearly five seconds faster than the silver medallist, Jazmin Carlin.
With a personal best of 1:53.73, Ledecky won a second gold in the 200-meter freestyle, beating Sarah Sjöström by 0.35 seconds.
She claimed her third gold in the 4×200-meter freestyle relay, with Allison Schmitt, Leah Smith, and Maya DiRado. Ledecky recorded the fastest split of the field (1:53.74) on the anchor leg, turning a 0.89-second deficit into a 1.84-second triumph and stopping the clock at 7:43.03.
In her final individual event, the 800-meter freestyle, she earned her fourth gold medal. She established an Olympic record of 8:12.86 in the heats and a world record of 8:04.79 in the finals, more almost 11 seconds faster than the silver medalist, Jazmin Carlin.
With three individual titles, Ledecky became the only swimmer since Debbie Meyer in 1968 in Mexico City to win the 200, 400, and 800 m freestyle at the same Olympics.
Missy Franklin (2012; four golds, one bronze), Simone Biles (2016; four golds, one bronze), and Amy Van Dyken (2012; four golds, one bronze) are the most decorated single-Olympics performances by a U.S. female athlete in terms of gold medals (1996; four golds).
Behind Michael Phelps, Ledecky was the second most decorated Olympian at the 2016 games (5 golds, 1 silver).
Katie Ledecky Husband
Katie Ledecky Husband/Dating – Katie Ledecky does not have a husband yet as she is not married. She is primarily dedicated to her sports and career. Katie Ledecky has not yet indicated that she is dating anyone.
Katie Ledecky Gender
Katie Ledecky Gender – Katie Ledecky is female by gender. She is not a male nor a boy.