Elizabeth Pelton is a world champion, and four-time medalist in international competition representing the United States. This summer, she was so close to being on the Olympic Team in several events.
It is likely that we will see her thrive now and all of the way through 2016 (and beyond if she chooses).
Now, as a freshman at Cal Berkeley, Liz won all of her events this past weekend, and also broke a pool record as she negative split her 200 back, going out in 57.4 and coming back in 57.0! When I asked her about events at various meets, it sounds like she has been busy swimming MANY different events – different strokes and distances! Why not; she thrives in ALL of them!
In this interview, Liz Pelton shares following in Natalie Coughlin’s and Dana Vollmer’s shoes. She also expresses the power of a team, and how she wants to keep moving it forward. She also shares her favorite set in practice so far, and advice for youngsters!
We look forward to watching her be the powerhouse that she is and will continue to be!
Katrina Radke is an Olympic Swimmer, Sport Psychology Professor, and Bestselling Author of Be Your Best Without the Stress, where she shares her own Olympic story, and tools for you to realize your true potential.
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