Norwood's Isabella Vincent only started swimming competitively when she was 13-year-old and now, at 15, she has been selected onto her first Paralympic swim team and will pull on the green and gold in Tokyo. A freestyle and backstroke specialist, the Adelaide born athlete trains under the watchful eye of Shaun Curtis and has always looked up to Paralympian, Kurt Fearnley.Read More
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 6th in the Women's 200m Individual Medley (SM7)
- Placed 10th in the Women's 100m Freestyle (S7)
- Vincent made her Paralympic debut in Tokyo
In The Pool
Get to know Izzy
- What's your favourite swimming memory?
- What's on your pre-race playlist?
- Do you have any superstitions?
- What are your hobbies away from swimming?
- Who is the most famous person you've met?
- What's something interesting people don't know about you?
- What's your favourite meal?
Making the 2020 Para Development squad and attending the camp.
A bunch of songs by Queen, Powderfinger, Ball Park Music and The Wombats.
I have to listen to certain songs, have to have my blue and red racing nails and if I'm racing at Marion, I have to use a certain shower.
I love visual arts.
I used to do circus training!