Training under coach Dean Gooch at Traralgon in Victoria, Emily Beecroft has represented Australia on multiple occasions. In 2016 she pulled on the green and gold at the Rio Paralympics where she came fourth in the Women's 50m Freestyle (S9) and two years later, also achieved fourth in the 100m free at her first Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast. In 2021 she will compete in Tokyo at the Paralympic Games where she will take to the blocks once again in her pet event, the 100m free (S9).Read More
Rio, Brazil 2016
- Placed 4th overall in the Women's 50m Freestyle (S9)
- Placed 6th overall in the Women's 100m Freestyle (S9)
- Placed 6th overall in the Women's 100m Butterfly (S9)
Tokyo, Japan 2020 (2021)
- Won silver in the Women's 4x100m Freestyle Relay (34 points)
- Won bronze in the Women's 4x100m Medley Relay (34 points)
- Placed 8th in the Women's 100m Freestyle (S9)
Gold Coast, Australia 2018
- Placed 4th overall in the Women's 100m Freestyle (S9)
In The Pool
Get to know Emily
- What are your hobbies away from swimming?
- My career aspiration outside of swimming
- My swimming career highlight
- What is something interesting people don't know about you?
- When did you start swimming?
- Three words that best describe me
Hanging out with my sausage dog, Hugo!
I want to go to uni and pursue studying.
Coming fourth in the 50m freestyle at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
I am a triplet!
When I was 10! My sister joined our local swim club and I decided to join her.