“It’s been such an honor for me to be involved with the Foundation as an Ambassador and as a Board Member. The USA Swimming Foundation is supporting swimmers at every level of the sport and it’s exciting to see the difference we make in cities and towns across the nation.”
Rhode Island native Elizabeth Beisel is a Backstroke and Individual Medley specialist with nine major international medals to her credit. She made her first National Team by age 13, and at 15 she was the youngest member of the 2008 U.S. Olympic swim team.
At the 2012 Games In London she won silver in the 400-meter Individual Medley and bronze in the 200-meter Backstroke.
While at the University of Florida, Elizabeth was a first team Academic All-American, claimed nine Southeastern Conference titles, and was the 2012 SEC Female Swimmer of the Year. Her teams finished in the NCAA Top 10 all four years she competed.
Elizabeth retired following the 2017 World Championships.
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