“I didn’t even notice it!”: Katie Ledecky’s strange chocolate milk story will leave you shell-shocked and impressed

Katie Ledecky's skills will leave you impressed- and speechless.

Katie Ledecky
Katie Ledecky
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Katie Ledecky is one of the best female swimmers of all time, and there is no doubt that she is the current swimming sensation in the world. Holding 6 Olympic individual gold medals and 14 World Championship titles, Ledecky has the most medals in the World Swimming Championships.

Ledecky has proved herself a force to be reckoned with, in both the long and the short distance formats. Her success has earned her Swimming World’s Female World Swimmer of the Year award a record five times. Often known for her effortless style while swimming, she has a fantastic swimming style- and as we know, almost perfect form as well. The chocolate milk swim is the perfect example of Ledecky showing off her skills, and you might be wondering why.

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Katie Ledecky’s chocolate milk story will leave you wondering how her swimming pool is so clean

Katie Ledecky
Katie Ledecky

While preparing for the Tokyo Olympics, Katie Ledecky posted a video of herself swimming across the length of the pool. Of course, Ledecky has done this multiple times- so what was different this time? Beating opponents and breaking records is normal for Ledecky, then why is it so different when she just swam across the pool?

If fans look closer, they will see that Ledecky actually had a glass of chocolate milk on her head as she swam across the pool. She swam the whole length without spilling even a single drop of milk and drank a sip of it at the end of the lap. This might seems a tough task for everyone, it really shows off Ledecky’s skills, balance and pure focus. Ledecky will be looking to apply her fantastic skills at the 2024 Olympics, as she plans to get more medals in the bag.

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