Emma Weyant is a competitive swimmer and member of the 2020 U.S. Olympic Swimming Team. At the 2020 Olympic Games she won a silver medal in the 400 IM with a time of 4:32.76.
Emma was ranked as the #11 recruit in the class of 2020 on SwimSwam’s Top 20 NCAA Recruits list. On April 28, 2019, Weyant announced her verbal commitment to swim at the University of Virginia.
2018 Jr Pan Pacific Championships (Suva, Fiji)
At the 2018 Jr Pan pacs, Weyant took gold in the 400 IM, posting a top time of 4:40.64.
2019 Summer Nationals (Palo Alto, California)
In Palo Alto, Weyant turned heads by taking a win in the 400 IM, winning with a time of 4:35.47. She also won the 200 free B-final and got 10th in the 400 free and 1500.
2021 Olympic Trials
On the first night in Omaha, Weyant surprised once again by taking the win in the 400 IM, dropping a big PB of 4:33.81 to top perennial favorites in the event and qualify for her first Olympic team.
2021 Olympic Games
Weyant took full advantage of her only individual event at her first Olympic Games, swimming a back-half strong race to touch for 2nd in a personal best of 4:32.76 in the 400 IM earning a silver medal.
2022 World Championships
After once again qualifying for team USA at the world championship team trials in the 400 IM, Weyant made the most of her one event in Budapest. On the last day of the meet, Weyant was able to clock a 4:36.00 in the final of the 400 IM and touch for 3rd behind Summer McIntosh and her USA teammate, Katie Grimes. This earned Weyant a bronze medal.