World Aquatic Championships 2023: Katie Ledecky

In her sixth World Aquatic Championships, Fukuoka 2023, the US swimming superstar Katie Ledecky It has increased its medal tally to 23.

He followed Australia to a silver medal in the 400m freestyle on Sunday (July 23). Ariarne Titmus A new world record holder in the process.

Below is a complete list of Ledecky’s FINA Worlds titles, records and medals.

World Aquatic Championships – All medals by Katie Ledecky

2013 World Championships, Barcelona

  • Gold – 400m Freestyle
  • Gold – 800m freestyle
  • Gold – 1500m Freestyle
  • Gold – 4x200m Freestyle

2015 World Championships, Kazan

  • Gold – 200m Freestyle
  • Gold – 400m Freestyle
  • Gold – 800m freestyle
  • Gold – 1500m Freestyle
  • Gold – 4x200m Freestyle

2017 World Championships, Budapest

  • Gold – 400m Freestyle
  • Gold – 800m freestyle
  • Gold – 1500m Freestyle
  • Gold – 4x100m Freestyle
  • Gold – 4x200m Freestyle
  • Friday – 200m Freestyle

2019 World Championships, Gwangju

  • Gold – 800m freestyle
  • Friday – 400m Freestyle
  • Silver – 4x200m Freestyle

2022 World Championships, Budapest

  • Gold – 400m Freestyle
  • Gold – 800m freestyle
  • Gold – 1500m Freestyle
  • Gold – 4x200m Freestyle

2023 World Championships, Fukuoka

  • Friday – 400m Freestyle

World Aquatic Championships – All Achievements by Katie Ledecky

Ledecky currently holds the world record in two events, the 800m freestyle and the 1500m freestyle.

He swam the 800m WR in 8:04.79 seconds at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Her 1500m record of 15:20.48 was set at the 2018 TYR Pro Swim Series in Indianapolis.

World Aquatic Championships – All Awards by Katie Ledecky

Ledecky was FINA’s Swimmer of the Year in 2013 and has twice won FINA’s Swimming Performance of the Year (2015, 2016).

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