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  • 3x Olympian

  • 2x Olympic Gold Medalist

  • USA Olympic Team Captain

  • TV Commentator

Elizabeth Beisel competed in the 2008, 2012, and 2016 Olympic Games. In 2012, she brought home two Olympic medals; a silver in the 400m Individual Medley, and a bronze in the 200m backstroke. At the 2016 Olympics, she was voted by her teammates to serve as Captain of the U.S. Olympic Team.


Elizabeth was born and raised in Rhode Island.  She attended the University of Florida where she won NCAA individual championships in the 200-yard backstroke and the 400-yard individual medley while earning eighteen All-American honors. She graduated with a 3.9 GPA and received recognition as a first-team Academic All-America. She was a member of the USA National team for 12 years and amassed a total of 14 U.S. National titles.


Beisel also appeared as one of the castaways on the TV Show Survivor:   She is also involved with philanthropic advocacy.  She was the first and only women to swim the 12.5 miles to Block  Island (Rhode Island) as a fund raiser for cancer research.


Elizabeth is now a media contributor for NBC. She was a part of NBC’s 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games Swimming coverage and is scheduled to be a correspondent/analyst at the 2024 Paris Olympics.  She has also worked multiple Division 1 Swimming and Diving Conference Championships with ESPN.


Beisel is a clinic favorite as she shares her experiences and knowledge with both coaches and swimmers.  She is engaged to fellow Survivor participant, Jack Nichting.


Elizabeth Beisel

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