Natalie Coughlin was only 10 months old when she first began to swim at the local YMCA. At age 15, Coughlin became the first swimmer to qualify for the Summer National in all 14 events. As a high school student, she became part of the US National Team at the 2004 Olympics, and she also joined the team for the 2008 Olympics. Her college career was decorated with twelve National Collegiate Athletic Association Swimmer of the Year awards.
Coughlin holds distinctions such as the first American female athlete to win six medals in one Olympics, the first woman ever to win a 100m backstroke gold in two consecutive Olympics, and the first woman to go under 59 seconds in the long course 100m backstroke. Coughlin has also set several world and national records in both long course and short course pools.
Coughlin currently holds World, American, and US Open records in different events. She also has 11 Olympic medals.
**Natalie Coughlin Speaker**
One well-known Natalie Coughlin speaker appearance was her stint working as an in-studio host for MSNBC during the 2006 Winter Olympics.
**Natalie Coughlin Appearance**
Any Natalie Coughlin appearance is known for her ability to dominate the competition in a short course pool and for her underwater kicking ability.
**Natalie Coughlin Endorsement**
A Natalie Coughlin endorsement is not just about her swimming skills. It can also be about her leadership skills, as she was elected joint captain of the US women’s swimming team along with five-time Olympian Dara Torres and four-time Olympian Amanda Beard.
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