Ariarne Titmus is an Australian swimmer, who won many championships in swimming like women’s 200-metre and 400-meter freestyle. Ariarne Titmus is also a world record holder and Olympic Champion in the long course and short course freestyle swimming.
She was honored with the Order of Australia (OAM), which recognizes Australian citizens for outstanding achievements. Check all the details below about Ariarne Titmus Height, Weight, Age, Partner, Biography, Career, Net Worth, Facts, Wiki & More.
Ariarne Titmus was born on 7th September 2000 (Age: 21 years; As of 2021) in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. Her nationality is Australian. Ariarne nicknames is Arnie, and Terminator.
Her sport is professional swimming in the Cali Condors Club and St Peters Western Club. Ariarne swimming coach is Dean Boxall.
Ariarne did her schooling at St Peters Lutheran College (a co-educational private school) in Queensland, Australia. After this, she joined St Patrick’s College (co-educational Catholic secondary college) in Launceston, Tasmania.
Height: 1.77 meters (5 ft 9.69 inches)
Weight: 63 kg (138.89 lbs)
Hair Colour: Light Blonde
Eye Colour: Black Brown
Skin Tone: White
Family & Partner
Ariarne Titmus was born in a middle-class Australian family. Her father Steve Titmus (an Australian Journalist) and her mother is a homemaker.
Her family moved from Tasmania to Queensland for better training opportunities to her in 2015. She has two siblings name Erin Price and George Harper.
Ariarne is dating fellow swimmer Kyle Niesler (partner). On social media, Ariarne posts many pictures with him to show their relationship.
Her partner Kyle is a junior Queensland champion swimmer.
In February, Ariarne with her partner enjoyed a romantic date at the Holey Moley Golf Club.
In April 2021, Ariarne and Kyle officially celebrated one year of dating together.
- Ariarne Titmus started her career in the women’s 200m freestyle at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships and finished in 17th place.
- In 2018, Ariarne won three gold medals in 400m freestyle, 800m freestyle, and 4 x 200m freestyle relay. Also, won a silver medal in 200m freestyle swimming.
- She set a new world record on 14th December 2018 and won the gold medal in 400m short course freestyle swimming at the 2018 FINA World Swimming Championships with a time of 3:53.92.
- After this new world record, Ariarne won another gold medal in 200m freestyle and two bronze medals in relay events.
- In the 2019 World Aquatics Championships, she was selected as one of the 27 swimming who represents Australia in Gwangju, South Korea. She won another gold medal and broke the Oceania record in the final of women’s 400m freestyle.
- In 2019, Ariarne was a member of the International Swimming League and represent the Cali Condors Club. In December, she won the 400m freestyle including the final.
- At the 2020 Summer Olympics (Tokyo), Ariarne Titmus won two gold medals for Australia and take a time of 3:56.69 in a 400m freestyle final and she missed out world record by less than one second.
- She created a new Olympic record of 1:53.50 in the 200m freestyle final. She won a silver medal in the 800m freestyle final.
- In May 2022, Ariarne create a new world record in 400m freestyle with a time of 3:56.40 at the 2022 Australian Swimming Championships.
- In 2017, World Championships, 3 bronze medals (4 x 200 freestyle).
- In 2018, Commonwealth Games, 2 silver (200 freestyle), 1 gold (400 freestyle), 1 gold (800 freestyle) and another gold (4 x 200 freestyle).
- In 2018, Pan Pacific Championships, 2 silver (400 freestyle), 2 silver (800 freestyle), 1 gold (4 x 200 freestyle).
- In 2018, World Swimming Championships, 1 gold (200 freestyle), 1 gold (400 freestyle), 3 bronze (4 x 50 freestyle), 3 bronze (4 x 200 freestyle).
- In 2019, World Championships, 2 silver (200 freestyle), 1 gold (400 freestyle), 3 bronze (800 freestyle) and one gold (4 x 200 freestyle).
- In 2021, Summer Olympics, 1 gold (200 freestyle), 1 gold (400 freestyle), 2 silver (800 freestyle), and 3 bronze (4 x 200 freestyle).
- In 2022, Commonwealth Games, 1 gold (200 freestyle), 1 gold (800 freestyle), 1 gold (4 x 200 freestyle).
- On 14th December 2018, created a world record of 3:53.92 in 400m freestyle at the 2018 World Championships in Hangzhou, China.
- On 25th July 2019, created a world record of 7:41.50 in 4 x 200m freestyle in the 2019 World Aquatic Championships at Gwangju, South Korea.
- On 28th July 2021, created a world record of 1:53.50 in 200m freestyle in the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.
- On 22 May 2022, created a world record of 3:56.40 in 400m freestyle in the 2022 Australian Swimming Championships at Adelaide, Australia.
Awards & Honours
- Swimming of the Year in 2019.
- Short Course Swimmer of the Year in 2019.
- Patron’s Award in 2019.
- She is on the Top 100 Women’s List of SwimSwam on numbers 10th (2021) and 3rd (2022).
- She is in the Top 5 Moments of Swimming at the 2020 Summer Olympics.
- Medal of the Order of Australia in 2022.
- Nominee for Laureus World Sports Award in Breakthrough of the Year in 2022.
- Launceston City Council names his Aquatic Centre competition pool on his name – Ariarne Titmus Competition Pool.
- Nike commissioned a large mural at the Launceston Aquatic Centre by artist Josh Foley.
Ariarne Titmus is the best Australian swimmer and has a net worth of $2 million dollars. She is living a lavish and beautiful lifestyle with her family, siblings and partner. She won 35+ medals in her swimming career and won many prizes and honors at World Swimming Championships.
Also, she endorses many big brands like photoshoots for a Company and influencing oven on Instagram posts.
Amazing Facts of Ariarne Titmus
- She is coached by South-African-born coach Dean Boxall, who has been a swim coach for more than twenty years and currently leads the swim club in Brisbane.
- Ariarne is trained in St. Peters Western Club, which had many famous swimmers in the club like Stephanie Rice and Leisel Jones.
- Ariarne once post a photo of herself and Kyle (partner) arm-in-arm on a romantic date and captioned it on Instagram,
‘Can confirm I’m the superior putt putter,’ followed by a heart emoji and winking face.
- On 14th December 2018, she broke the world record set by Wang Jianjiage by 0.05 seconds.
- She met Tennis Player.
- In 2019, Ariarne broke the world record of American swimmer Katie Ledecky in the women’s final with a time of 3:58.76.
- She cooks her food in her home.
- In 2022, she broke another world record set by Katie Ledecky in 2016.
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