Biography and Profile of Alicia Coutts
Alicia Coutts is an Australian female swimmer. She takes part in medley, butterfly and freestyle swimming competitions.
Swimming Career of Alicia Coutts
Alicia Coutts was the member of the Australia's swimming team participating in 2008 Beijing Olympics. She then participated in 2010 Commonwealth Games where she won five Gold medals. She won gold in 100-metre butterfly, 100-metre freestyle, 200-metre Individual medley, 4*100-metre freestyle and 4*100 -metre medley events. But before the 2010 Commonwealth Games, she has also won two silver and one bronze medal at Pan Pacific Championship held at Irvine, California. At 2011 World Championship, she won three more medals - two silver and one bronze.
Alicia Coutts performance in 2012 London Olympics
Coutts biggest achievements came at 2012 London Olympics where she won five medals including Gold medal in 4*100-metre freestyle event of swimming. She won the gold medal by setting a new Olympic record in that event. She also won three Silver medal. These silver medals came at 200-metre medley, 4*200-metre freestyle and 4*100-metre medley events. Her fifth medal was a bronze medal in 100-metre butterfly event.
Medals and Achievements of Alicia Coutts
In 2010, Coutts won the Pacific Rim Swimmer of the Year award.
2010 Commonwealth Games
2010 Pan Pacific Championship