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Alexia Zevnik


• First represented Canada internationally at the 2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) held in Windsor, Ontario where she won three relay medals

• Won two medals at the 2017 Summer Universiade, capturing gold in the 4x100m freestyle relay and an individual silver in the 200m backstroke with a personal best time

• Won silver with the 4x100m freestyle relay at the 2018 Commonwealth Games

• At the 2018 Pan Pacific Championships was a bronze medallist in the 4x100m freestyle relay and part of a fourth-place finish in the 4x100m mixed medley relay

• Swam collegiately at North Carolina State; placed second in the NCAA Championships in the 200m backstroke in her senior season in 2017, breaking conference and school records

• In 2017 earned All-American honours and was named to her fourth straight All-ACC Academic Team


Odds and Ends: Collects postcards from destinations where she swims… In her senior year at North Carolina State was presented the H.C. Kennett award as the school’s most valuable athlete

Palmarès international

Commonwealth Games: 2018 – SILVER (4x100m freestyle), 10th (50m backstroke)

Pan Pacifics: 2018 – BRONZE (4x100m freestyle), 4th (4x100m mixed medley), 16th (100m freestyle), 21st (50m freestyle),

FINA World Championships (25m): 2016 – GOLD (4x50m freestyle), GOLD (4x200m freestyle), BRONZE (mixed 4x50m freestyle)

Universiade: 2017 – GOLD (4x100m freestyle), SILVER (200m backstroke), 4th (100m backstroke), 5th (4x100m medley relay), 5th (4x200m relay)