U.S. Olympic Swimmer
Kelsi Worrell Dahlia has become the butterfly icon of USA Swimming in the last five years. She qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympics in the 100-meter butterfly and won a gold medal in the 4 x 100-meter medley relay. At the NCAA finals in March 2015, she broke the 13-year-old record held by twelve-time Olympic medalist Natalie Coughlin, and became the first woman to break 50 seconds in the event. In March 2016, she improved her record again. As a Louisville Cardinal, Kelsi received in her senior year the Honda Cup as the best female athlete across all collegiate sports.
Stood the podium twice at the 2019 FINA World Championships
Was a part of the world-record setting 4x100m medley relay team at the 2019 FINA World Championships
Led the Team USA women with nine medals, including seven gold, at the 2018 FINA World Championships (25m)
Broke world record in the 400m medley relay, also won gold in the 400m free relay and as a member of the mixed 400m free and mixed 400m medley relays, bronze medalist in the 100m fly and finished fourth in the 50m fly at the 2017 FINA World Championships
Won silver medals and set American records in the 50m, 100m and 200m fly at the 2016 FINA World Championships (25m)
Also added four relay gold medals in Windsor
Gold medalist as part of the 400m medley relay at the 2016 Olympic Games Finished first in the 100m butterfly at 2016 Olympic Trials to earn her first Olympic Games berth
2016 NCAA champion in the 100y and 200y butterfly
Set an American record in the 100y fly at the 2015 NCAA Championships where she won titles in the 100y and 200y fly events
Most Important Achievements
Isl 2019: kelsi dahlia was announced as a member of the cali condors isl team, headed by gm jason lezak.
2019 World championships: gold medal & world record 400 medley relay silver medal & american record 400 freestyle relay american record 50m butterfly
2018 Short course world championships: three individual medals as well as six relay podium , making her the most decorated athlete of the meet. Won gold in the 100 butterfly, silver in the 200 fly and bronze in the 50 fly. In the 200, she posted an americas record time of 2:01.73. On the relay stage, she earned six gold medals.
2018 Pan pacific championships: 100 fly silver medal, 4×100 free relay silver, 4×100 medley relay silver
2017 World championships: gold medal & world record 400 medley relay gold medal & american record 400 freestyle relay bronze medal 100m butterfly american record 50m butterfly
2016 Olympic games: gold medal 400 medley relay, 9th individual 100 fly
2016 Short course world championships: four relay gold medals and three individual silver medals
2015-2016 Ncaa championships: 100y & 200y champion & american record holder first ever female to break the 50 second barrier in 100y butterfly
2015 Pan american championships: two gold and one silver medals, 100 fly gold, 400 medley relay gold, 400 free relay silver;
• One-Time Olympian (2016)
• One Olympic Games medal ( 1g)
• Eight World Champs LCM medals (5g, 2s, 1b)