The first Lenny Krayzelburg appearance on the competitive swimming circuit was when he won both the 100 and 200 yard backstroke junior college titles. From Santa Monica College, he transferred to the University of Southern California to train under Mark Schubert. In 1995, he became a US citizen. In 1998, he won the 100m and 200m backstroke events and the 4x100m medley, making him the first swimmer to sweep the events in the World Championships since 1986. Krayzelburg also placed first in both the 50m backstroke and 4x100m medley at the 2000 World Championships. He continued to dominate at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, bagging the gold in the 100m and 200m backstroke events and the 4x100m medley. He also won the gold medal in the 4x100m medley at the 2004 Athens Olympics.
In 2001, he skipped the World Championships to swim at the Maccabiah Games in Israel instead, where he won two golds and set a new Maccabiah record in the 100-meter backstroke. He was also selected to carry in the flag for the United States at the opening ceremonies.
Krayzelburg broke records at the World Championships and The Olympics, earning the recognition as the top backstroke swimmer in the world and one of the best in the history of this swimming style.
**Lenny Krayzelburg Speaker**
Aside from competing in swimming, Krayzelburg also conducts swim camps. But the four-time Olympic gold medalist not brings more than just his name to this venture. He also has a caring nature and desires to see his students strive for excellence. This is also evident in his charity, the Lenny Krayzelburg Foundation, which aims to provide opportunities for at-risk and inner-city youth to learn about swimming. Krayzelburg’s selfless dedication to help others, along with his impressive swimming credentials, makes him a role model to the youth, making a Lenny Krayzelburg speaker appearance a powerful tool of inspiration and motiviation.
**Lenny Krayzelburg Appearance**
Since his post-Olympic media tour, Lenny Krayzelburg has appeared on a number of television shows, including the game show “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” He also appeared on the David Letterman Show, Hollywood Squares, and The Pyramid. He even graced the Miss America beauty pageant as one of the judges. There was also a Lenny Krayzelburg appearance in Time Magazine, Swimming World, and Sports Illustrated. He was also featured in People Magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People issue in 2000 as an “Olympic Beauty.”
**Lenny Krayzelburg Endorsement**
Aside from endorsing for Speedo, Power Bar, and V8 beverages, Krayzelburg also endorses for his foundation. He makes it an effort to give something in return to the needy, given his flourishing career that he considers a blessing. With his handsome looks and athletic accomplishments, a Lenny Krayzelburg endorsement is sure to help just about any product or service. Contact TSE now to find out how he can also be an endorser for your company and product.
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