Katie Hoff was born in Palo Alto, California, and has grown up in Williamsburg, Virginia. She is an American former competition swimmer, an Olympic medalist, and a world-record holder. She lived for many years in Virginia, where she swam as a young swimmer with Williamsburg Aquatic Club. Katie moved to Towson, Maryland, with her family to practice with North Baltimore Aquatic Club.
Katie is known for her best swimming in 200 and 400 meters individual medley, but also she was a great swimmer in many events of 200-meter and 800-meter freestyle. Her great skills make her represent the United States at the 2004 Summer Olympics and 2008 Summer Olympics. She won silver and two bronze medals in the Summer Olympics.
Her competitive career begins in 2004, where she got qualified for the 2004 Summer Olympics, but she failed to get a medal in the events. In the 2005 World Aquatics Championships, she sets a record for her time and won two gold medals in the competition, one of 400-meter medley and the other of 4×200 meter medley.
Katie is married to a State football player in Michigan named Todd Anderson, and she declared her retirement in December 2015. She won many medals in international events as well and made her country proud.