The Canadian competitive swimmer Summer McIntosh is a four-time World Aquatics champion, two-time Commonwealth Games gold medalist, and currently holds the world record in the women’s 400 metre individual medley.
At a very young age, the extraordinary swimmer has already carved her name into the annals of records and emerged as a true beacon of inspiration for the next generation, both in and out of the swimming pools.
Remarkably, at the age of 16, Summer McIntosh has already claimed the title of four-time World Champion and holds the World Record in 400m medley, proudly representing Canada.
With a fresh and exceptional talent, she stands as one of the youngest trailblazers of all time, commanding respect and admiration beyond her sport.
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Summer McIntosh: Biography
At just 14-years-old, Summer McIntosh was the youngest athlete on all of Team Canada at Tokyo 2020. She finished fourth individually in the 400m freestyle while lowering the Canadian record to 4:02.42.
She was also the leadoff swimmer for the 4x200m freestyle relay that placed fourth. She came one spot shy of advancing to the 200m freestyle final and also competed in the 800m freestyle.
McIntosh was a second-generation Olympian, following her mother Jill (née Horstead) who competed in swimming at Los Angeles 1984.