You probably haven't heard of 17-year-old Lia Neal, but she'll be one of the athletes to watch at this summer's Olympic Games in London.
Lia placed fourth in the 100-meter freestyle finals on Saturday, which earns her a spot on the 400-freestyle relay team in London.
But Lia doesn't have your typical swimmer's pedigree. She doesn't come from a swimming hub like California or Florida. She's from Brooklyn and trained in Manhattan – an area that doesn't usually produce Olympic athletes.
Lia's presence at the Olympics also makes history: She's only the second African American woman to make the US Olympic swim team. She'll be going for gold on July 28th.
Lia talks with Soledad this morning about her historic achievement, and her hopes for winning gold at this year's Summer Olympics.