Kim Black

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American swimmer

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According to Wikipedia, Kimberly A. "Kim" Black is an American former competition swimmer and Olympic gold medalist. Black began her college swimming career at the University of Southern California, where she competed alongside future fellow Olympians such as Lindsay Benko, before transferring to the University of Georgia in 1999. She graduated from UGA in 2001 and was named the NCAA Woman of the Year Award for 2001. She is also recipient of an NCAA Post-Graduate scholarship in 2001. She was on the U.S. Women's swimming team in the 2000 Summer Olympics where she won a gold medal in the 800 meter freestyle relay. During her swimming career at Georgia, she was a four – time All-American and helped lead the Lady Bulldogs to three straight NCAA championships. Black was also awarded the Today's Top VIII Award as a member of the Class of 2002. She was the female winner of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's highest academic honor, the 2001 Walter Byers Award, in recognition of being the nation's top female scholar-athlete.

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