North­eastern Uni­ver­sity swimmer Kelley Becherer is two-​​for-​​two in London.

Becherer, a senior and She­boygan, Wis., native, earned a gold medal in the Women’s 50m Freestyle – S13 on Sat­urday, and fol­lowed up that vic­tory by win­ning gold again in the Women’s 100m Freestyle – S13 on Sunday in the Par­a­lympic Games.

In the 50m Freestyle, Becherer broke the U.S. record in her heat race, and then shat­tered that record hours later in the final. Her time of 27.46 was her per­sonal best, and only 0.12 off the Par­a­lympic record set in 1996.

Becherer is back in action on Friday for the Women’s 200m Indi­vidual Medley. Then on Sat­urday, she will com­pete in the Women’s 100m Breaststroke.

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Watch this video below to see Kelley dis­cuss her love for com­peting on the world’s biggest stage.