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Nicole Livingstone OAM

Nicole Livingstone is an Australian Olympic Great. Having had huge success in the pool over a period of 11 years, Nicole was known as Australia’s greatest Backstroker. Since retirement, Nicole has had a strong media presence in the world of sport. Nicole is an inspirational and motivational speaker and a professional master of ceremonies.

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Nicole Livingstone OAM's Biography

Nicole Livingstone is an Australian Olympic Great.  Having had huge success in the pool over a period of 11 years, Nicole was known as Australia’s greatest Backstroker.  Since retirement, Nicole has had a strong media presence in the world of sport.  Nicole is an inspirational and motivational speaker and a professional master of ceremonies.

After dreaming of being an Olympic swimmer as a child, Nicole Livingstone went on to represent Australia at three Olympics. One of Australia's greatest Backstrokers, she was a member of the Australian swimming team for twelve consecutive years from 1985 - 1996.

She holds the longest winning sequence of any Australian swimmer in history at the national titles, winning ten consecutive 100m Backstroke titles between 1987 and 1996.

Nicole’s career achievements include a silver medal and two bronze medals from three Olympic appearances; six gold, two silver and a bronze from three Commonwealth Games and competing in six Pan Pacific Championships winning four gold two silver and one bronze medals. She also broke a world record in the 200m backstroke (short course) in 1992.

Nicole retired from competitive swimming in 1996 and began what has become a stellar career in television. Firstly with the Nine Network, in a variety of roles; from the host’s chair of their flagship sports programs Wide World of Sports and Sports Saturday, to hosting the Commonwealth Games and as an expert commentator/host with Nine’s Logie award winning swimming and surf life saving coverage.

In 2006 Nicole worked along side comedian and armchair sportsman, Mick Molloy on weekly sports program
 “Any Given Sunday”. 2008 saw Nicole return to co-host the revamped Wide World of Sports with Ken Sutcliffe.  Nicole joined Network Ten Sport in 2009, as a host and commentator on their swimming and surf lifesaving broadcasts. Along with sports news presenting duties, she is a regular on ‘The Project’.

Nicole is making her mark in the world of business as well, with board positions with VicHealth and the State Sports Centre Trust. She is a member of the Executive of the Australian Olympic Committee, Victorian Olympic Council Vice President, as well as a Director of Swimming Australia.

Nicole is also kept busy as a mother of twins, Ella and Joshua, born in 2002 and Robinson in 2007.