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Kareena Lee

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“When someone says you can't do it. Do it twice and take a picture. ”

Age
27
CLUB
Noosa
Coach
John Rodgers
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Kareena Lee

Achievements

A shining light in open water events, Kareena Lee is forging an impressive domestic and international career. A dominant force in Australia's open water scene, Lee has won the past three Women's 10km events at the Australian Open Water Championships and is a Pan Pac silver medallist. Based in Noosa, Lee is coached by the legendary John Rodgers and trains alongside fellow open water swimmer, Nick Sloman. Lee was the first Australian Dolphin to earn selection for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics after placing 7th in the Women's 10km event at the 2019 World Championships. On her Olympic debut, Lee became the first Australian to claim a medal in marathon swimming - amazingly taking home bronze after a gruelling 10km race.

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Olympic Games

Tokyo, Japan 2020 (2021)

  • Won bronze in the Women's 10km Open

FINA Open Water World Cup

Balatonfüred, Hungary 2018

  • Placed 5th in the Women’s 10km Open

Setúbal, Portugal 2018

  • Won bronze in the Women’s 10km Open

Chun An, China 2014

  • Placed 5th in the Women’s 10km Open

Pan Pacific Championships

Gold Coast, Australia 2014

  • Placed 4th in the Women’s 10km Open

Tokyo, Japan 2018

  • Won silver in the Women’s 10km Open

FINA’s Marathon Swim World Series

Doha, Qatar 2019

  • Won silver in the Women’s 10km Open

Seychelles, Seychelles 2019

  • Placed 6th in the Women's 10km Open

World Championships

Yeosu, South Korea 2019

  • Placed 7th in the Women's 10km 
  • Placed 5th in the 5km Team Relay
Kareena Lee wins the Women's 10km Open event in Adelaide.
Kareena Lee touches first in the Women's 10km Open to claim the national title.

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