About Katie Ledecky
Katie Ledecky whose full real name is Kathleen Genevieve Ledecky is a very talented, popular, and beautiful American professional swimmer. She was born on March 17, 1997, in Washington, D.C., United States. As of 2021, She is 24 years old with around 6 feet and 0 inches tall in height. She is 73 kg in weight.
At the age of 15 years old, She made her debut at the international level in the 2012 London Olympic Games. she is trained by very talented and professional coaches like Yuri Suguiyama, Greg Meehan, and Bruce Gemmell. She won the Silver medal in Olympic 2021.
Katie Ledecky Family Background
She was born and raised by very supportive parents, David Ledecky (father) and Mary Gen Ledecky (mother). She has an older brother named Michael.
Talking about formal academics, Katie Ledecky completed a high school degree from Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart (Bethesda, Md.) After that, she got enrolled at Stanford University from where she successfully graduates with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology.
Relationship & Marriage
As of writing, Katie is not married and has no husband and children. She may or may not have a boyfriend but she hasn’t revealed any information regarding her love affairs and dating history.
Katie Ledecky Net Worth (2021)
Katie has over 449k followers on her Instagram account @katieledecky. As of 2021, her total net worth is estimated to be roughly around $1 million USD. Brand endorsements, prizes, salary, and allowance are the major source of her income.
Biography & Wiki Quick Summary
|Full Real Name||N/A|
|Also known as||record holder in the women's 400-, 800-, and 1500-meter freestyle|
|Age||24 years old (2021)|
|Height||Around 6 feet and 0 inches|
|Birthplace||Washington, D.C., United States|
|Date of Birth (Birthday) 🎂||March 17, 1997|
|Net Worth (2021) 💲||IN Review (Roughly around $1 million)|
|Income/Earnings/Salary 💲||In Review|
|Education Qualification 🎓||Graduated|
|School/college 🏫||Stanford University|
|Father Name||David Ledecky|
|Mother Name||Mary Gen Ledecky|
|Facts||She won five Olympic + 15 world championship gold medals.|
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