“Olympic gold medalist, Kelsi Worrell-Dahlia represented the USA in the 2016 Rio Olympics in the 100 Butterfly and took home gold in the 4×100 Medley Relay. She is a current member of the USA Swimming National Team and represented the USA at the 2017 World Championships in Budapest where Kelsi became a member of the World Record setting 4×100 Medley Relay.
While in college at the University of Louisville (UL), Kelsi was a 2-time NCAA National Champion in the 100-yard Butterfly and 2-time NCAA National Champion in the 200-yard Butterfly. Kelsi was the first woman to break the :50 second barrier in the 100-yard Butterfly, setting the American record. She currently holds 9 American records (5 individual and 4 relay).
Kelsi studied Sports Medicine at UL and makes Trace Minerals Research a part of her holistic approach to swimming. Kelsi is actively training at UL and competing internationally and would like to achieve the honor of representing the USA in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. On weekends during the off-season, Kelsi can be found on pool decks around North America giving back to the sport of swimming by speaking and encouraging young swimmers that perseverance and determination can help them achieve their goals in the pool and in life.”
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