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Jasmine Greenwood

Jasmine Greenwood (swimming) will look to build on her strong showing at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games where she was the youngest athlete on the 469-strong Australian Team, reaching the final in both the 100m breaststroke SB9 and 200m individual medley SM10. A repeat of her silver-medal winning effort at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games will make her a strong favourite to take out gold in Birmingham in the 200m individual medley SM10, her only event in Birmingham. Jasmine also made the finals in three other events in Tokyo. Jasmine hails from the NSW south coast town of Sussex Inlet and her family were severely affected by bushfires in 2020, losing nearly 90 per cent of their property. Jasmine says that her mum Chelsea has been the most influential person on her career and Ellie Cole is her sporting idol. Jasmine was one of the inaugural Kurt Fearnley Scholarship recipients, a scholarship launched in 2019 by Commonwealth Games Australia and the Carbine Club of NSW to help support young Para-sport athletes in New South Wales.

Sport / Discipline

Swimming

Birth Place

Figtree

Birth state

NSW

Date of Birth

13/10/2004

Age

17

Gold Coast, 2018

Results History

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