At just twelve years of age Dana Vollmer began her
quest for Olympic success as the youngest swimmer to compete in the 2000 Olympic trials. Today, the
butterfly specialist is a 5x Olympic gold medalist, and has broken and set world records at the games in both Athens and London. Dana is the first woman in history to ever swim the 100m butterfly in under 56 seconds, which still stands as the fastest time ever
recorded by an American. She made her most recent Olympic appearance in Rio de Janeiro after having her first child, and is affectionately known today as
the "Momma on a Mission." In addition to earning seven Olympic medals, she has also earned sixteen world championship medals over the course of her career.
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