Making her Dolphins’ debut in 2016, Tasmanian-born Ariarne Titmus has no doubt made her presence felt on swimming’s world stage.
Representing Australia at the 2017 World Championships - Titmus claimed a bronze medal in the Women’s 4x200m Freestyle Relay and placed fourth in the Women’s 400m Freestyle. The following year in 2018 - and at just 18 years of age - she smashed her 400m freestyle PB and in the process, broke the world record at the World Short Course Championships. In the same year she also claimed three gold medals at the Commonwealth Games.
The 400m Freestyle World Champion, Titmus has three Commonwealth Records and a World Record to her name, earning her the nickname, ‘The Terminator’.
At her first Olympic outing, Titmus remarkably took home two individual gold medals in the 200m and 400m freestyle, placing her among Australia's most successful swimmers.
In 2022 Ariarne was awarded an Order of Australia Medal for her service to sport as a gold medallist at the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020.