Dual Olympic Gold Medallist, World Champion, and World Record Holder, Ariarne Titmus is a star of the Australian & global sporting scene.
Ariarne’s gold medal and world record performance in the 400m freestyle win at the 2023 World Swimming Championships, was feted by media as the ‘race of the century’ in which Ariarne obliterated both recent world record holders in Katie Ledecky & Summer McIntosh to secure her place as the undisputed champion of middle-distance swimming. This garnered worldwide media attention and has set the scene for what will no doubt again be the race to watch at the upcoming Olympics in Paris 2024.
Known for her confident racing ability, tenacity, and down-to-earth personality, Titmus isn’t shy of a challenge and relishes the big stage & has become an inspirational figure to many. Her influence extends beyond the pool as the boasts the highest engagement figures out of any Australian Swimmer.
Outside of the pool, Ariarne has established herself as a consummate media performer and swimming commentator recently co-presenting the 2022 World Swimming Short Course event for Channel 9. Her other passions include the culinary arts & is a keen foodie, and as a fan of other sports, especially AFL & Tennis. Titmus is looking forward to the opportunity to make history in Paris 2024 & become our greatest ever individual gold medal winner.