Michael Andrew


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November 20, 1991
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Michael Andrew Bio

Michael Andrew (born April 18, 1999 in Lawrence, Kansas, United States) is an American swimmer most renowned for representing the USA Olympic team. Though originally from South Africa, his parents moved to America in 1997.

Andrew began swimming at age 7. He went to a local school in Minnesota, where he took up competitive swimming. At 14, he dropped school to focus on swimming professionally. In 2015, Andrew participated in the World Junior Swimming Championships where he won the 50m Backstroke title. He also claimed three Silver medals in 50m Freestyle, 50m Butterfly, and 4x100m Medley, and won a Bronze in 4x100m Mixed Medley. In 2016, Andrew clinched 5 Gold medals in 100m Medley at the World Swimming Championships. In 2017, he defended his 50m Backstroke title and won Gold medals in 50m Freestyle and 50m Butterfly.

In 2018, Andrew became the national champion in the 100m Backstroke at the US National Swimming Championships. In June 2019, Andrew graced the cover of SwimSwam magazine. At the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, Andrew swam in 4 finals. He won his first Olympic gold medal and helped the USA team to a world record 58.49 finish at the 4×100 medley relay. At the 2022 World Championships, Andrew touched at 22.79 in the 50 fly to earn his first individual bronze LCM worlds medal, behind his USA teammate Caeleb Dressel and Brazilian Nicholas Santos.

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