GOLD – 4x100m freestyle (2016)
GOLD – 4x100m medley (2018)
GOLD – 4x100m freestyle (2018)
GOLD – 100m freestyle (2108)
SILVER – 100m freestyle (2014)
SILVER – 50m freestyle (2018)
BRONZE- 50m freestyle (2014)
GOLD – 50m freestyle (2015)
GOLD – 100m freestyle (2015)
GOLD – 4x100m freestyle (2015)
SILVER – 4x100m freestyle (2017)
BRONZE – 4x100m medley (2015)
Throughout her career, Olympic champion Bronte Campbell has notched up numerous accolades alongside captivating the nation with her sibling rivalry. Bronte has asserted her dominance on the Commonwealth scene, as she looks to increase her Olympic medal tally.
She is notably known for her 50m and 100m freestyle events. Swimming alongside sister, Cate, Bronte has dominated the pool since becoming world junior champion in 2011 when she won the 50m freestyle event at age 17.
Bronte represented Australia in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow 2014, where she collected two gold medals, one silver, and one bronze as well being a member of the world record-breaking 4x100m freestyle relay team. Bronte continued her dominance in 2015 during the world championships, as she became world champion for both the 50m and 100m freestyle events, becoming only the third female in history to be crowned both titles at once. Bronte also was a part of the successful Australian title defence of the 4x100m freestyle relay.
In 2016, Bronte represented Australia again at the Rio Olympics, defending their 4x100m freestyle gold medal, breaking their record from 2014. Bronte concluded the Rio Olympics with a 4th place in the 100m freestyle final, coming agonisingly close to the podium after missing out by .05 seconds. A year later, Bronte added to her medal tally by claiming silver as a part of the 4x100m freestyle relay team, and bronze in the 4x100m medley at the 2017 World Championships.
Bronte dominated at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in 2018, taking gold in the 100m freestyle, 4x 100m freestyle relay and 4x 100m medley relay, while claiming silver in the 50m freestyle.
Bronte trains in Brisbane alongside her sister Cate, under the guidance of long-serving coach, Simon Cusack. When she’s not dominating in the pool you will catch her reading, writing or learning the guitar.