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Bronte Campbell



14/05/94 Blantyre, Malawi Africa


Brisbane, QLD







Simon Cusack

What is something interesting about yourself?

I hate tomatoes

What is your speciality in the kitchen?


Hobbies outside of swimming

Binge watching TV shows

What do you want to do after swimming?

A job that involves travel

Favourite quote

Meet with triumph and disaster and treat those two impostors just the same

Career Highlights

Won gold and set a new WR in the women's 4x100m freestyle relay in Rio

Qualified for her second Olympic Games in Rio in the 50 and 100m freestyle 

Dual World Champion in the 50 and100m freestyle from Kazan 2015 

Bronte won gold and set a new world record in the women's 4x100m freestyle relay at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow

Bronte and Cate Campbell were the first Australian sisters to compete in the same swimming event at the Olympic Games!

Australian Representative Honours and Results:

Olympic Games
  • London, England, 2012: 10th in the 50m freestyle
  • Rio, Brazil, 2016: Gold: 4x100m freestyle relay, 4th 100m freestyle, 7th 50m freestyle
World Championships   
  • Barcelona, Spain, 2013: Silver: 4x100m freestyle relay, 5th 50m freestyle, 11th 100m freestyle
  • Kazan, Russia, 2015: Gold: 50 and 100m freestyle, 4x100m freestyle
FINA World Championships Total G: 3 S: 1

Commonwealth Games
  • Glasgow, Scotland, 2014: Gold: 4x100m freestyle relay Silver: 100m freestyle, 50m freestyle
Commonwealth Games Total: G: 1 S: 2

Pan Pacs        
  • Gold Coast, Australia, 2014: Gold: 4x100m freestyle Silver: 100m freestyle Bronze: 50m freestyle
Pan Pacific Championship Total G: 1 S: 1 B: 1 


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Meet with triumph and disaster and treat those two impostors just the same!

Bronte Campbell

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