Katy Sexton, MBE is a former female Olympic swimmer from Great Britain. She became the first British swimmer to win a World Championship title, when she won the Women's 200m Back at the 2003 World Championships. She is twice an Olympian and has represented Great Britain in four World Championships, the first in 1998 when she was 16, and in three Commonwealth Games. She was given the MBE for services to swimming in the 2004 New Year Honours list.
About Katy Sexton
British swimmer who won the gold medal in the 200m backstroke at the FINA World Championships. She is the first person from Great Britain to win a World Championship.
She was a student at Springfield School and competed in the European Youth Olympics in 1995.
She was named ambassador of the Swimming Teachers' Association in 2011.
She has been married.
She and Hungary's Krisztina Egerszegi are both World Champions in the 200m backstroke.
Information related to Katy Sexton
- Swimmers at the 1998 Commonwealth Games
- Swimmers at the 2002 Commonwealth Games
- English female swimmers
- Sportspeople from Portsmouth
- Swimmers at the 2006 Commonwealth Games
- Female backstroke swimmers
- Olympic swimmers of Great Britain
- Commonwealth Games gold medallists for England
Latest information about Katy Sexton updated on June 01, 2020.