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Ana Bogdanovski
Ana  Bogdanovski

Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
Johns Hopkins '15


Bogdanovski to Carry Macedonian Flag at Olympic Opening Ceremonies

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Bogdanovski Receives Today's Top 10 Award at NCAA Honors Celebration

2015 Graduate Was Honored at NCAA Honors Celebration on January 15


Bogdanovski To Receive Prestigious NCAA Today's Top 10 Award

2015 Graduate Adds Another Impressive Honor to Resume

Ana Bogdanovski returns to her alma mater to join the coaching staff for the Johns Hopkins men's and women's swim teams.

The most decorated swimmer in program history, she won 10 NCAA titles and garnered All-American honors 23 times. She was named the CoSIDA Academic All-America of the Year as a junior and a senior and earned an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. Bogdanovski, who was also a top-30 nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year award, is taking a gap year train for the 2016 Summer Olympics, in hopes of competing in Brazil with Macedonia. She will then attend medical school at Rutgers University.

Bogdanovski led Johns Hopkins to three straight NCAA top five finishes, including a program-best third-place in 2014. She claimed six NCAA titles in 2014 en route to being named the NCAA Women's Swimmer of the Year. She followed that performance by sweeping the 50, 100 and 200 Free titles at the 2015 NCAA Championship. Bogdanovski claimed her first NCAA title in 2012 in the 800 Free Relay, bringing the Blue Jays from a third-place finish to first place with a split of 1:47.42.

Bogdanovski also swims for the Macedonia national team and holds seven records in the 50 (short and long course), 100 (short and long course) and 200 Free (LC) as well as the 50 (LC) and 100 (LC) Back. Just a few weeks ago, she competed with Macedonia at the 16th FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia. There, she broke her own national records in the 100 and 200M Free, while finishing 35th in both events. Bogdanovski also holds three Johns Hopkins individual records, is a member of four record-breaking relays and boasts the top 10 times in program history in the 50, 100 and 200 Free.