Torri Huske Signs NIL Agreement with WME Sports, Will Remain at Stanford

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Torri Huske Signs NIL Agreement with WME Sports, Will Remain at Stanford

Torri Huske has signed with WME Sports for NIL representation, but will remain an amateur swimmer at Stanford University.

Huske is an Olympic medalist and one of the top U.S. swimmers in a plethora of events.

She is the current World Champion in the long-course meters (LCM) 100M butterfly. In addition, Huske is the current American record holder in both the 100-meter butterfly and the LC 50M butterfly. At the 2022 Fina World Swimming Championships in Budapest, Hungary, she became one of only four American women in history to win six medals (three gold and three bronze) at a World Championships.

At 18, Torri Huske competed at the 2020 Summer Olympics, winning a silver medal in the 4×100-meter medley relay, swimming the butterfly leg of the relay in the final. She also  placed fourth in the 100-meter butterfly, and fifth in the 4×100-meter mixed medley relay where she also swam butterfly on the finals relay.

At the 2019 World Junior championships, Torri Huske won five gold medals and one silver medal. She won two gold medals and one silver medal in relay events at the 2021 World Short Course Championships.

In March, she swam to a couple of runner-up finishes at the NCAA Championships for Stanford. Her performance was deceiving because she broke multiple NCAA records, but so did someone else.

“The No. 1 thing I have to remember is perspective. I have to compare myself to myself. I am dropping time and that is what is most important in knowing my training is paying off,” Huske said. “I am happy that I am still improving.”

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