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They’re so fast!’ U.S. Olympic Champion Katie Ledecky Wows and is Wowed: Since capturing the world’s attention at the 2012 London Olympics by winning her first gold medal as a 15-year-old swimming prodigy, Katie Ledecky has always seemed to shine brightest when the spotlight is on her. Whether it’s her five gold medals, 14 world championship wins, or world records in multiple distances, Ledecky has used her winning smile to draw fans from around the globe to her sport.  Currently a student-athlete at Stanford University, Ledecky’s successes in the pool makes her a natural partner for U.S. Embassy Tokyo’s “Go for Gold” program celebrating the two countries’ shared love of sports while promoting educational opportunities in the United States.

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They’re so fast!’ U.S. Olympic Champion Katie Ledecky Wows and is Wowed: Since capturing the world’s attention at the 2012 London Olympics by winning her first gold medal as a 15-year-old swimming prodigy, Katie Ledecky has always seemed to shine brightest when the spotlight is on her. Whether it’s her five gold medals, 14 world championship wins, or world records in multiple distances, Ledecky has used her winning smile to draw fans from around the globe to her sport.  Currently a student-athlete at Stanford University, Ledecky’s successes in the pool makes her a natural partner for U.S. Embassy Tokyo’s “Go for Gold” program celebrating the two countries’ shared love of sports while promoting educational opportunities in the United States.’They’re so fast!’ U.S. Olympic Champion Katie Ledecky Wows and is Wowed: Since capturing the world’s attention at the 2012 London Olympics by winning her first gold medal as a 15-year-old swimming prodigy, Katie Ledecky has always seemed to shine brightest when the spotlight is on her. Whether it’s her five gold medals, 14 world championship wins,