Liv Jensen, NCAA Champion talks about swimming for Rio

  2 Katrina Radke | November 21st, 2012 | Featured, News

Liv Jensen talks with Katrina Radke about winning NCAAs as an individual and as a Cal team member. She also shares her major at Cal, finishing her final semester, swimming at the World University Games next summer (2013), and leading the young ones on the team.

Liv Jensen is very tall, at 6 feet, 3 inches. She has had an impressive career so far, and just missed making the 2012 Olympic Team. May we all look forward to her continued great career, into Rio in 2016!

Katrina Radke is an Olympic Swimmer, Sport Psychology Professor, Motivational Speaker, Health and Peak Potential Expert, and Coach. She is also a Bestselling Author of Be Your Best Without the Stress.


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3 years 11 months ago

What a great young lady and I’m sure the best is still to come!!!

bobo gigi
3 years 11 months ago

The 50 free is perhaps the weakest event now in USA on the women’s side. There are no stars in this race. It’s very open. Liv Jensen definitely has a role to play until the next olympic games.


About Katrina Radke

Katrina Radke, MFT, is an internationally recognized Olympian, therapist, college psychology instructor, and a peak performance and health coach for many fields, including business, sport psychology, fitness, wellness and nutrition. She is a motivational speaker for corporate, educational and public events, and works with top physicians and health professionals. She …

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