Brittany Broben

Sport: Triathlon & Diving (Former)

Greatest Achievement: Olympic Games Silver Medalist

 

 

Brittany was the youngest athlete on the 410 strong Australian Olympic Team at the London 2012 Games. As a 16-year-old she showed remarkable poise to block out the pressures of Olympic competition and bring home silver in the 10m platform event. The journey to the Olympics and ultimately the Silver medal was the result of being a full-time athlete from the age of 11 years old.

Whilst competing for a spot on the 2016 Rio Olympic Games team, Brittany suffered a severe shoulder injury. Unfortunately, Britanny's injury required surgery and she was forced to withdraw from the Olympic team. She has since transitioned to a high performance triathlon program.

Career Highlights

  • Silver Medalist London Olympic Games (Silver 10m Platform)World Trials Champion 2013 (Platform & 1m Springboard)
  • Australia Best New Talent 2012 Award
  • Australian Diver Of The Year 2012
  • Queensland Athlete Of The Year 2012
  • Bronze Medalist Junior World Championships 2012 (10m Platform & 1m Springboard)
  • Bronze Medalist World Grand Prix (201210m Platform)
  • Gold Medalist World Grad Prix 2011 (10m Platform)
     

 

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