Paralympic Swimmer Katja Dedekind Opens up About Her Painful Journey With Endometriosis | ABC News

At just 21, with a Paralympic gold medal and world records to her name, Katja Dedekind is on the path to leaving a legacy in Australian swimming.

She laughed when considering that prospect.

“I don’t think about myself having a legacy,” Dedekind said.

“In all honesty, I’m quite a humble person in that I don’t talk about myself and my achievements very much.

“But what I do talk about is my struggle with endometriosis. Because it annoys me and I’m annoyed other people are going through the same thing.”

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