|Education||Graduated cum laude from Smith College|
|Alma mater||Phi Beta Kappa|
|Known for||Olympic swimmer, model and athlete|
|Notable work||Godspeed: A Memoir|
Casey Legler (born 26 April 1977) is a French-American writer, restaurateur, model, and former Olympic swimmer.
Legler competed in the 1996 Summer Olympics at the age of 19, where, after breaking the world record in practice the day before, they came 29th in the women's 50 metres freestyle event and 10th in the women's 4x100 metres freestyle relay event. Legler gave up swimming two years later and subsequently studied architecture, obtained a scholarship for law school, and began medical school. They are a member of Phi Beta Kappa and graduated cum laude from Smith College before moving to New York to focus on an artistic career.
In 2012, through a connection made by their friend the photographer Cass Bird, Legler became the first woman signed to Ford Models to exclusively model men's clothes. While no longer full time, Legler continues to model men's clothes in their spare time and their work has been featured in Vogue, Le Monde and Time.
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- Legler, Casey (10 July 2018). Godspeed: A Memoir. Atria Books. ISBN 978-1501135750.
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- "This Model Wore Ryan McGinley's Suit to Her City Hall Wedding". 13 April 2017.