Emma Weyant: “Making the move back to Florida has really been everything”

2024 U.S. OLYMPIC TRIALS

Emma Weyant made the 2020 Olympic team for the US and went on to win a silver medal in the event in Tokyo. The next year, she won bronze at the world championships. But last summer at the US Trials, she was DQ’ed in her pet event, preventing her from competing internationally for the summer. Here in Indianapolis, Weyant got redemption, qualifying for her second Olympic team by finishing 2nd in the 400 IM.

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Jules
25 days ago

Let’s gooo Emma!! I’m proud to know someone as resilient and strong as you. You’re an incredible role model for my daughters and athletes everywhere. 🫶

UVAswamdad
26 days ago

So happy for you! Congratulations and good luck in Paris

swimfan
29 days ago

always rooting for her!! such a gem

Kevin
29 days ago

Having family close can be a big deal. Very happy for her that the move back worked out so well.

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