BETHESDA, Md. (WJZ) — Katie Ledecky of Bethesda won her first medal of the Tokyo games on Sunday.
Ledecky took silver in the 400 freestyle. She holds the world record in the event but came up short on Sunday.READ MORE: Owusu Leads No. 8 Maryland Women Past Purdue 86-71
Australia’s Ariarne Titmus pulled ahead of her around the 300 mark.READ MORE: Anonymous Donor Pledges to Match Donations Up To $1,000 To Help Replace Stolen Salvation Army Red Kettle
When asked how she felt, Ledeky said “she couldn’t be mad because she still swam an incredible time.”MORE NEWS: ATM Stolen In Elkridge Smash And Grab; Stolen Van Used Was Found In Baltimore, Police Say
Her next swim, the 200 free, is scheduled for Monday morning.