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Audrey Lacroix

Audrey Lacroix
  • Born: 11/17/1983
  • Age: 31
  • Height: 163cm
  • Weight: 53kg
  • Birthplace: Pont-Rouge, QC

Audrey Lacroix

Two-time Olympian Audrey Lacroix is the longest-standing member of the national swimming team, having made her FINA World Championship debut in 2001. That was the first of her Canadian-record six FINA World Championship appearances. She posted her best result, fifth place, in her specialty, the 200m butterfly, in 2007. She also reached the final of the 200m butterfly at the 2009 Worlds, setting the Canadian record in the process. In her only Pan Am Games appearance in 2003, Lacroix won four medals (her first in a major international meet), including gold in the 200m butterfly. She has also competed in four Commonwealth Games, picking up six medals, including gold in the 200m butterfly at Glasgow 2014.

Personal

Family: Father Jean Lacroix, mother Claudine Lesage… Younger sister Maude… Getting into the Sport: Started swimming at 6 months old at a Red Cross learn-to-swim program… Started racing at age 5… Inspired by Mark Tewksbury’s 1992 Olympic gold medal… Outside Interests: Graduated from Université de Montréal in 2009 (Communications and Politics)… Graduated from UQAM-Téluq in 2013 (Certificate in Administration)… Graduated from École ProMédia in 2015 (Broadcast Journalism)… Wants to work in media or public relations and maybe write a book about the sport… Enjoys reading, watching TV, and following fashion… Affiliated with Right to Play…

Notable International Results

FINA World Championships: 2013 – 10th (200m butterfly); 2011 – 12th (200m butterfly), 20th (100m butterfly); 2009 – 7th (200m butterfly), 20th (100m butterfly), 6th (4x100m medley); 2007 – 5th (200m butterfly), 27th (100m butterfly); 2005 – 14th (100m butterfly), 14th (200m butterfly); 2001 – 10th (100m butterfly), 15th (200m butterfly), 8th (4x100m medley)

Pan American Games: 2003 – GOLD (200m butterfly), SILVER (100m butterfly), SILVER (4x100m freestyle), SILVER (4x100m medley)

Commonwealth Games: 2014 – GOLD (200m butterfly), BRONZE (4x100m medley), 7th (100m butterfly), 2010 – SILVER (200m butterfly), BRONZE (4x100m medley), 6th (100m butterfly); 2006 – BRONZE (100m butterfly), BRONZE (4x100m medley), 4th (200m butterfly); 2002 – 5th (100m butterfly), 7th (200m butterfly)

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2012 LondonOlympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingButterfly 200m - Women - 12
2008 BeijingOlympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingFreestyle Relay 4x100m - Women - 8
2008 BeijingOlympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingButterfly 200m - Women - 13
2008 BeijingOlympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingButterfly 100m - Women - 28
2012 LondonOlympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingButterfly 200m - Women - 12
2008 BeijingOlympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingMedley Relay 4x100m - Women - 7
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