The Bethesda, Md., swimmer and Team USA are off to a good start at the Pan Pacific Championships in Gold Coast, Australia.
At the Pan Pacific championships, 17-year-old Olympian sets new standards in 1,500 and 400 freestyle.
Bethesda's Katie Ledecky sets a world record for the sixth time since last year, while Michael Phelps wins his first individual gold since 2012.
Bethesda swimmer wins two golds, adding to U.S. team haul of 10 medals on first day of Pan Pacs.
Katie Ledecky's return to her summer swim league was filled with requests for selfies. And she broke records.
SWIMMING | Rising Stone Ridge senior Katie Ledecky shatters the world record in the 800 freestyle at an invitational in Texas.
Olympic gold medalist and two-time All-Met Swimmer of the Year Katie Ledecky will stick to the amateur circuit and swim for the Cardinal.
Katie Ledecky, who won gold at the Olympics, is enjoying swimming alongside friends at Stone Ridge during her sophomore season.
Months after winning Olympic gold, Katie Ledecky, 15, is back swimming for Stone Ridge in local high school competition.
Ledecky, just 15, is using her school, Stone Ridge of the Sacred Heart, as a sanctuary from her sudden celebrity.
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