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Every so often, it’s worthwhile to take a moment and appreciate how much work has been done over the years to achieve women’s equality. It’s hard to think that there was a time when women weren’t allowed to compete in any sport, let alone swimming!
Nathan Adrian believes that having fun is the key to success. He's a three-time Olympic gold medalist who holds the American record in the 50 and 100-meter freestyle. Raised in Bremerton, Washington, Nathan earned his first gold medal in his Olympic debut at the 2008 Olympics. At the 2012 Olympics, Nathan won two gold medals and a silver medal. That same year Nathan graduated from UC Berkeley with plans on becoming a doctor, but for now, he's inspiring a new generation to dive in and have fun while doing it.
Her first international breakthrough came in 2009 when she was selected for the World Championship team. She hit top form in 2014, winning the Commonwealth, European and British titles over 800m Freestyle as well as European and British gold and Commonwealth silver in the 400m Free, lowering her Welsh records over 200m, 400m and 800m Free over the course of the season.
Lauren attended her first swim lesson at age 7. She then started traveling internationally for swimming at 16. Lauren is one of New Zealand's greatest female swimmers. In 2013 she claimed three bronze medals at the FINA World Championships in Barcelona, becoming only the second New Zealander to do and the first woman to ever do so at a World Championships.