- She is a writer for SwimNews.
- She is a two-time Olympic medalist, winning a silver medal in the 400 individual medley and a bronze medal in the 200 backstroke at the 2012 London Olympic Games.
- She won a gold medal in the 400 IM and two bronze medals from three separate FINA World Championships.
- She swam at the University of Florida where she trained under coach Gregg Troy where she has won two NCAA titles.
- She became just the 11th student-athlete in the University of Florida history to be named Academic All-America of the Year, earning the distinction for the women’s At-Large team. She was selected to the 2013 Academic At-Large First Team.
Open Water Swimming Career Highlights
- She is the Swim Ambassador of Save The Bay in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island.
- On 25 September 2021, she swam 10.4 miles from Block Island to the mainland in Rhode Island as a charity swim that raised money for cancer research through Swim Across America in order to honor of her father who died of pancreatic cancer in July 2021.
- Reflections on Golden Goggles Awards - Differences between Pool and Open Water Swimmers
- Sign The COP26 Sports Community Manifesto
- CG Sports Company Shapes, Builds Swimmer Brands
- EcoAthletes To Support The COP 26 In Glasgow, Together With Lewis Pugh
- SwimNews website
- Elizabeth Beisel, Ambassador For Save The Bay
- On her way to Block Island, Beisel followed in the wake of some remarkable female marathon swimmers