Fresh off of winning five medals at the Rio Olympics, Bethesda native Katie Ledecky will throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the National-Orioles game Wednesday night, Sports Business Journal’s Eric Fisher reports.

Wednesday’s game at 7:05 p.m. is slated to take place at Nationals Park.

This will be the third time the Olympic swimmer will do the honors for the Nationals. The team invited Ledecky to toss the ceremonial first pitch in 2012 following her gold-medal performance at the London Olympics and then again ahead of the team’s first postseason game against the San Francisco Giants in 2014.

During the Olympics, the Nats paid tribute to Ledecky, congratulating the swimmer on her record-breaking performance in the 800-meter freestyle.

Ledecky, who arrived back in the Washington area last week, also picked up medals in four additional events. The 19-year-old won golds in the 200, 400 and 800 freestyles and the 4×200 freestyle relay, and won silver in the 4×100 freestyle relay.

In the fall, the Stone Ridge graduate plans to begin her college swimming career at Stanford University.