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Siobhan-Marie O’Connor

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Birthdate

29/11/1995

Hometown

Bath

Career Highlights and Awards

OLYMPIC GAMES

Silver: 200m Individual Medley (2016)

 

COMMONWEALTH GAMES

Gold: 200m Individual Medley (2014, 2018)

Silver: 200m Freestyle (2014)

SIlver: 100m Butterfly (2014)

SIlver: 4x100m Freestyle Relay (2014)

SIlver: 4x100m Medley Relay (2014)

Bronze: 4x200m Freestyle Relay (2014, 2018)

Bronze: 4x100m Freestyle Relay (2018)

 

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

Gold: 4x100m Medley Relay (2016)

Gold: 4x100m Mixed Medley Relay (2016)

Silver: 200m Individual Medley (2016)

Bronze: 4x100m Medley Relay (2018)

 

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Gold: 4x100m Mixed Medley Relay (2015)

Bronze: 200m Individual Medley (2015)

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Siobhan-Marie O’Connor is one of Great Britain’s most accomplished female swimmers, winning medals at every level of competition that she has competed in, including silver at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.

Siobhan first competed for Great Britain at the London 2012 Olympics. At just 16 years old she was the youngest British swimmer on Team GB, finishing 21st in the 100m Breaststroke and eighth in the 4 x 100m Medley Relay.

2014 proved to be Siobhan’s breakthrough year, winning an incredible six medals on her Commonwealth Games debut for England at Glasgow 2014, including 200m Individual Medley gold and silver over 200m Freestyle and 100m Butterfly.

The following year Siobhan swam at her third World Championships in Kazan, Russia and was part of a history making relay quartet, winning the inaugural mixed 4x100m Medley relay in a World record time. Siobhan also took bronze in the 200m Individual Medley.

Siobhan-Marie O’Connor had a highly successful 2016, delivering an incredible performance in Rio to become the first British female to win an Olympic medal in the 200m Individual Medley after surging to silver. In doing so, Siobhan nearly caused one of the biggest upsets in the pool of Rio 2016 by almost beating Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu to the title and setting a new British record of 2:06.88 in the process. Two relay events saw Siobhan achieve a seventh-place finish in the Women’s 4x100m Medley relay, and a ninth place with the 4x200m freestyle quartet. Ahead of the Rio Games she Siobhan had won three medals at the 2016 European Championships in London, two relay golds and an individual silver.

At the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Siobhan not only picked up a gold medal in the 200m Individual Medley but she became the first woman in history to successfully defend the title. This accompanied two bronze medals that she had won earlier in the Games in the Women’s 4x100m and 4x200m Freestyle relay.

Later in the year at the European Championships in Glasgow, Siobhan highlighted the consistency of her performances on the international stage, winning a bronze medal as part of the 4x100m Medley relay team, finishing 5th in the 100m Breaststroke after winning her semi-final, and 4th in the 200m Individual Medley.

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