Olympian Breeja Larson has joined Mutual of Omaha’s Gold Medal Team!
A first-time Olympian in London in 2012, Larson took home a gold medal swimming in the preliminaries as part of the 400-meter medley relay team. In 2013, she won gold in the 400-meter medley relay and posted top-five finishes in the 50-meter and 100-meter breaststroke at the FINA World Championships. She qualified for that meet with wins in the 100-meter and 200-meter breaststroke at Nationals. She is currently training with a goal of making the 2016 Olympic Team in Rio de Janeiro.
Larson joins Matt McLean, Anthony Ervin, Allison Schmitt, Caitlin Leverenz, Jimmy Feigen, Conor Dwyer and Michael Andrew had joined Josh Davis, Matt Grevers, Misty Hyman, Ian Crocker, Jason Lezak and Dana Vollmer on the Gold Medal Team, a select group of active and retired swimmers, sponsored by Mutual of Omaha, who represent the sport to young people across the country.
Learn more about Breeja Larson.