Mack Horton






Craig Jackson

Career Highlights and Awards

Olympic Games:
GOLD – 400m freestyle (2016)

Commonwealth Games:
GOLD – 4x200m freestyle (2014)
GOLD – 400m freestyle (2018)
GOLD – 4x200m freestyle (2018)
SILVER – 1500m freestyle (2014)
SILVER – 200m freestyle (2018)
BRONZE – 1500m freestyle (2018)

World Championships:

GOLD- 4x200m freestyle (2019)

SILVER – 400m freestyle (2017,2019)

BRONZE – 1500m freestyle (2017)

National Championships:
GOLD – 200m freestyle (2017)
GOLD – 400m freestyle (2017)
GOLD – 1500m freestyle (2017)
GOLD – 400m freestyle (2016)
GOLD – 1500 freestyle (2016)


Mackenzie “Mack” Horton has cemented himself as one Australia’s most recognisable and successful middle-distance swimmers ever. Having already adding several championship and world records to his resume, he continues to assert his dominance in the pool.

Being raised and born in Melbourne, Mack began competitive swimming at 10 years old braking his first Australian-age record at 13. He continued to dominate and break records in each subsequent year. He began his international career in 2012 where he won the 1500m freestyle at the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships. That same year, Horton also claimed the 1500m freestyle gold at the 2012 FINA Swimming World Cup.

However, it was Horton’s 2013 performance at the World Junior Championships in Dubai that brought him to the attention of the world. Horton dominated Dubai, taking out gold in the 200m, 400m, 800m and 1500m freestyle as well as gold in the 4x100m freestyle. His first senior team appearance saw him receive a silver medal in the 1500m freestyle as well as gold as a part of the 4x200m freestyle during the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

2016 proved to be exceptional year for Horton as he claimed gold in the 400m and 1500m National Championships. Mack brought his stellar form into the 2016 Rio Olympics winning gold in the 400m at age 20. Horton has continued to excel in his 2017 season, dominating the National Championships with gold in the 1500m, 400m and 200m freestyle. Continuously, on the international stage, Horton continued to challenge the world’s best, winning silver and bronze in the 400m and 1500m freestyle respectively at the world championships.

Mack outstanding form continued at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in 2018, with gold in the 400m freestyle and gold in the 4x200m freestyle. Mack finished his home games by claiming silver in the 200m freestyle and bronze in the 1500m freestyle. In 2019, at the World Championships in Gwangju, Horton won gold in the 4x200m freestyle and earned silver in the 400m freestyle where he refused to stand on the podium in a stance against doping in the sport.

Mack has a strong passion for sport as he actively follows the Formula One as well as supporting the Melbourne Football Club. When he isn’t winning medals, or following his love of sport, Mack is available for brand ambassadorships, keynote speaking and Q&A panels.

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