Ohlgren Wins Another Gold Medal for U.S.

Auburn All-American swimmer Ava Ohlgren set a new World University Games record on Wednesday evening.

Belgrade, Serbia--Auburn's Ava Ohlgren won her second individual gold medal at the World University Games, winning the 200 individual medley on Wednesday evening by more than a second.

The rising senior swam a time of 2:12.07 to break the old World University Games record of 2:12.13 set in 1997 by Kaitlin Shea Sandeno of the United States.

The trip to Belgrade has been memorable for the Auburn swimmer who now has won a total of four gold medals--two individual and two for her performances in the 400 and 800 freestyle relays. Her four gold medals is the most ever for an Auburn swimmer in the World University Games.

Ohlgren, who has won NCAA championships in the 200 and 400 individual medley, also won the 400 IM in Belgrade on Sunday while representing the United States at the competition.

Asami Kitagawa of Japan finished second in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:13.39.

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