Breeja Larson wants to compete with some of the best in the world! In order to do that she has to travel to those swimming competitions.
Breeja was one of the best swimmers in the US for the past 4 years since the last Olympics in 2012 where her relay team swam to Gold in the London Games. This last Olympic year all of her swims sponsorship contracts ended and she just missed out on making the US national team. So Breeja is no longer receiving financial support from any swimming entity.
Breeja is training hard and still believes that she has room for growth and improvement. Now she’s asking for support to continue her dream and continue to train for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
The short term goal is to make and compete in the 2017 World Championships in Budapest, Hungary this summer! One of the best ways to prepare is to race competitors throughout the year at the Arena Pro Swim Series swim competitions along with other out of state competitions.
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