After making her Olympic debut in swimming back in 2012, Lia Neal proved to be an eminent competitor and even won a silver medal while competing again.
Lia Neal became the first African-American woman to medal at two Olympics, following up her 2012 debut with another podium place in Rio in 2016. The Stanford leader has had an incredible journey from New York to California, and to all the places here and abroad where she’s inspired young people and carved out a historical journey for herself along the way. She talks about that in this week’s 20 Question Tuesday.
TYR Sport announces the signing of 2x Olympic medalist Lia Neal to its roster of sponsored athletes.
Lia Nea just completed her last meet as a member of the Stanford team at the 2017 NCAA Division I Women's Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday.
One race. One title. One American record.
Top-ranked Stanford got off to a record-setting start at the 2017 NCAA women's Swimming and Diving Championships on Wednesday.
Lia Neal shares her college expereince and living a healthy balanced life at Stanford.
After Stanford wrapped up a Pac-12 conference championship Saturday night, senior Lia Neal and head coach Greg Meehan each took a few moments to talk with Swimming World about the significance of the title
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. - An impressive start to say the least. In the only two races on Day One of the 2017 Pac-12 Swimming and Diving Championships, the Stanford women's swimming and diving team tallied two victories, an American and NCAA record, and the fastest 50-yard freestyle split ever recorded.
Recently, Simone Manuel showed teammate Lia Neal a video of “this really cute little girl with her two dolls,” which were named after the duo of sprinters that returned this past summer from the Rio Olympics after making waves not only within the African-American community, but as student-athletes from the Stanford women’s swimming and diving team.
RIO DE JANEIRO — Simone Manuel woke up Friday morning to confirmation that her victory in the 100-meter freestyle a few hours earlier had not been a dream.
Four time Olympic Silver Medalist Kara Lynn Joyce discusses Lia Neal and Amanda Weir in USASwimming.com’s Silver Linings.
If you're a regular human, the odds of becoming one of Team USA's 554 Olympic athletes are slim to none. The odds of returning for another Olympics are slimmer. And returning to defend a medal in the same event is rarer still. That's part of what makes Lia Neal such a BFD.
Lia: Rio Olympics Is Experience of a Lifetime
Lia Neal: Proud of Simone Manuel for Making History
Olympian Ariana Kukors catches up with Lia Neal's coach Rachel Stratton Mills
lympian Ariana Kukors chats with 2016 Rio Olympians Lia Neal and Amanda Weir about their Olympic experience so far and watching their teammates compete.
Team USA gets silver in the women’s 4x100 freestyle relay. Lia gets a medal as part of the preliminary US team.
USA Final Splits: