(VIDEO INTERVIEW) Katie Ledecky: “Nothing has Changed”

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Katie Ledecky talked on the red carpet at her seventh Golden Goggles awards show about how her life is not much different now that she is pro.

Ledecky won the Female Athlete of the Year award on Monday night in New York City for the sixth time in a row. Ledecky has won the award every year since 2013. This year, she won over Haley Anderson and Kathleen Baker. You can watch her win her sixth straight Female Athlete of the Year award below.

The incomparable Katie Ledecky again led the Team USA women at the 2018 Pan Pacific Championships with five medals, including repeat gold-medal performances in the 400m, 800m and 1500m freestyle events. She added silver in the 4x200m free relay and bronze in the 200m free. Earlier in 2018, Ledecky eclipsed her own world record in the 1500m free at the TYR Pro Swim Series at Indianapolis with a time of 15:20.48, won U.S. titles in the 200m, 400m and 800m free at the 2018 Phillips 66 National Championships and claimed the women’s overall TYR Pro Swim Series title. Prior to joining the professional ranks, Ledecky paced Stanford to a second straight NCAA women’s team title with victories in the 500y and 1650y free.

Ledecky’s 2018 Highlights: