What World Records does Cate Campbell hold?

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What World Records does Cate Campbell hold?

She is the current world record holder in the Long Course 4 x 100 m Freestyle Relay with Team Australia and the short course 100 m freestyle. Campbell was one of the flagbearers for Australia at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics alongside basketball player Patty Mills….Cate Campbell.

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Did Bronte Campbell make the Olympic team?

“They won in 2012 [at the London Olympics] but Bronte wasn’t part of that team. “Bronte making it through to the final would have been a really big thing for her.” Cate Campbell became just the third Australian athlete in history on Sunday to win gold in the same event at three consecutive Olympics.

How many Olympics has Cate Campbell won?

Cate Campbell OAM is an Australian swimmer, five-time Olympic medallist, four-time world champion and an NSW Institute of Sport (NSWIS) scholarship holder. As a three-time Olympian, Cate has won two Olympic gold medals as part of Australia’s victorious women’s 4x100m freestyle relay teams in London 2012 and Rio 2016.

What is Cate Campbell’s full name?

Campbell won gold as part of the Australian Women’s 4x100M Freestyle Relay which also set a new World Record with a time of 3:30.65….Cate Campbell.

Full Name: Cate Campbell
Nationality: Australia
Status: Active

Who is the oldest of the Campbell sisters?

Bronte Campbell OAM (born 14 May 1994) is a Malawian-born Australian competitive swimmer, a dual Olympic gold-medal winner and world champion. Her older sister, Cate, is also a competitive swimmer, and once held world records in both the short and long course 100 metre individual freestyle events.

Why is Cate Campbell still in Tokyo?

Campbell returned from Tokyo almost a week after the rest of Australia’s swimming team after trying to secure a spot on the International Olympic Committee’s athlete’s commission. “Bu I’m still a proud member of the Australian Olympic Committee’s athlete’s commission, so I advise the AOC on a lot of things.”

What is Bronte Campbell main event?

4x100m freestyle relay
Bronte Campbell OAM won gold at the Rio 2016 Olympics in the 4x100m freestyle relay. She has been highly successful on the international stage, winning gold at major events since 2014.

How old was Cate Campbell at her first Olympics?

At just 16 Campbell made her Olympic debut at the 2008 Beijing Games and claimed two bronze medals.

Is Cate Campbell going to the Olympics?

Already a four-time Olympian with eight medals to her name, Australia’s Cate Campbell could walk away from the sport with a rich legacy. But the 29-year-old sprinter, and longtime relay stalwart, has not ruled out the possibility of pushing forward to the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.

What events does Bronte Campbell swim?

Events and Medals

Discipline Event Rank
Swimming Women’s 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay AUS Australia 1
Mixed 4 x 100m Medley Relay AUS Australia 3

When did Cate Campbell break the world record?

At the 2015 Australian Short Course Swimming Championships in Sydney, she broke the short course 100 metre freestyle world record in a time of 50.91, becoming the first woman to go under 51 seconds. At the 2016 Australian Swimming Championships she won the 100 metre freestyle to qualify for the 2016 Summer Olympics.

How many times has Cate Campbell represented Australia?

Since then, Campbell has represented Australia at four Olympics, two Commonwealth Games, four World Championships and three Pan Pacific Championships.

Where did Cate Campbell finish in the Olympics?

In Rome she finished with a bronze, beating compatriot Libby Trickett and ending 0.02 of a second off the Commonwealth Record. Campbell was a member of the Australian team that won the gold medal in the 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

What was Cate Campbell’s time in the 100 metre freestyle?

At the World Championships, she teamed up with her sister Bronte, Emma McKeon and Alicia Coutts in the 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay where they won the silver medal, finishing 0.12 of a second behind the American team. On the sixth day of competition, Campbell won the 100 metre freestyle world title with a time of 52.34 seconds.

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