Audrey Lamothe competes in a soloAntoine Saito
Antoine Saito

Audrey Lamothe


  • Competed primarily as a soloist in international competitions in 2022 and 2023 
  • Finished fourth in women’s solo free and sixth in women’s solo technical at the 2023 World Aquatics Championships 
  • Won bronze in both the women’s solo free and technical events at the 2023 World Aquatics Artistic Swimming World Cup Super Final; earlier in the season had won bronze in both events at the World Cup stop in Markham, Ontario  
  • At the 2022 World Aquatics Championships, finished in the top 10 in both solo events while still being junior age eligible; also competed in the team technical event at the 2022 World Championships  
  • Joined the senior national team program in 2021

A Little More About Audrey

Getting into the Sport: Started artistic swimming at age 5 and began competing at age 8… Loves that artistic swimming brings together so many sports that she enjoys, like swimming, dancing, and diving… Outside Interests: Enjoys cooking, reading, listening to podcasts… Would like to work in the finance field… Odds and ends: Used to hate doing her hair for competitions when she was younger; when she once had two events in two days, she decided to sleep with the gelatin in her hair… Inspired by Olympians Karine Thomas and Jacqueline Simoneau… Favourite motto: “Work hard, pays off”

Notable International Results

World Aquatics Championships: 2023 - 4th (solo free), 6th (solo technical); 2022 - 9th (solo free), 8th (team technical), 10th (solo technical)

World Junior Artistic Swimming Championships: 2022 - 6th (solo free), 5th (solo technical), 5th (team technical)