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Alec Page

Alec Page
  • Born: 11/08/1993
  • Age: 21
  • Height: 178cm
  • Weight: 69kg
  • Birthplace: Cortes Island, BC

Alec PagePlease note: the information below is accurate as of the London 2012 Olympic Games and will be updated in advance of the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games and Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Alec Page competed at the London Games as a first-time Olympian in the 400m individual medley event, finishing 23rd overall. Page was also part of the 4x200m freestyle relay team that finished 14th, with Colin Russell, Tobias Oriwol and Blake Worsley.

In 2011, Page, of Victoria, BC, posted wins in the 400m individual medley and the 800m freestyle at the Canada Cup. The then 17-year-old Page won the 400 IM comfortably and took gold in the 800m freestyle.

In 2009 he won the Victor Davis Award given to a promising young Canadian Swimmer to help in the pursuit of excellence at the international level. Page proved his worth at the 2009 North American Challenge Cup, where he won four individual gold medals.

Page began to swim at an early age in a lake near his hometown of Cortes Island B.C. and his parents quickly recognized his knack for the sport. He began his training in Campbell River B.C. where he rapidly progressed and excelled in just one year of dedicated competing.

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2012 LondonOlympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingFreestyle Relay 4x200m - Men - 14
2012 LondonOlympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingIndividual Medley 400m - Men - 23
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