She still holds Cal records in the 100 freestyle, 100 backstroke, 200 backstroke, 100 butterfly and 200 butterfly, and remains Cal’s most decorated swimmer of all time.
Early National and International Competition Coughlin made her international debut at the 1999 Pan Pacific Championships, and won her first international medals at the 2001 World Championships (gold, 100 backstroke and 800 freestyle relay; silver, 400 medley relay; bronze, 50 backstroke).
In 1998, at age 16, Coughlin qualified for every single event at summer nationals, proving her talent and versatility.
Coughlin lives in California with her husband, Crow Canyon Sharks Coach, Ethan Hall.She has dogs, enjoys cooking and eating good food, and she also appeared on in 2009.She continues to train at Cal Berkley but switched from the women’s team to train with the men ahead of the Rio Olympics. Great skin, good bone structure, strong jaw, intense eyes, great smile, the confidence is super sexy, and of course, he wins.
Also attached - a weathered looking Lochte leaving at the end of the night showing off his pants problem. By May 1, 2015 Coughlin had already hit a FINA World Championship ‘A’ qualifying mark in the 100m freestyle.