Penny Oleksiak

Birth Day June 13th, 2000
Birth Place Toronto, Ontario, Canad
Age 23 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Gemini

Penelope "Penny" Oleksiak popularly known as Penny Oleksiak is a Canadian competitive swimmer. She is famous for her performing in the short course World Championship, 2016 Summer Olympics, Arena Pro Swim Series, 2017 World Aquatics Championship, and World Junior Swimming Championships. She is best known for winning 6 medals at the Summer Olympics, six medals at the 2015 FINA World Junior Swimming Championship.
As a 14-year-old, Penny Oleksiak performance at the 2014 Canadian Age Group Championship where she won 10 individual medals, 5 gold, 3 silver, and 2 bronze. In 2016, she won a bronze medal in the women's 100-meter freestyle, breaking her 3rd World Junior record, win gold in the 4 x 200- meter freestyle relays, and win gold in 4 x 50-meter freestyle relay & a silver medal at the 4 x 100-meter medley relay finishing third in the final day. During the 2016 Summer Olympics, she became the Country's youngest Olympic champion with a gold in the 100 m freestyle, a silver in the 100 m butterfly, and two bronzes in the women's freestyle relays (4 x 100 m and 4 x 200 m).
Additionally, Penny Oleksiak finished fourth in the 2017 Arena Pro Swim Series in the 100 m freestyle, and then she competed at the 2017 World Aquatics Championship, winning the 100 m  freestyle and butterfly race. She was named to Canada's 2018 Commonwealth Games team and competed in the 2018 Pan Pacific Swimming Championship. In 2019, she was a member of the Inaugural International Swimming League swimming for the Energy Standard Swim Club and she became the first female global ambassador for Phelps Brand, a swim gear company co-founded by famed Olympian Michael Phelps.

On 24 June 2021, Penny Oleksiak was named to Canada's 2020 Olympic team. She started her 2020 Games off anchoring the 4 x 100 m freestyle relay. The team qualified for the final in third place. She competed in the 200 m freestyle and she has the fourth-fastest time in the heats but only sixth in the semi-finals. She won the 100m event with a time of 52.89 and the fourth-best women's 100m. On July 29, she set a new personal best time of 1.54.70 to take the bronze medal in the final.

Early Life

Penny Oleksiak took birth on 13 June 2000 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada under the star sign of Gemini. She was conceived with the real name of Penelope Oleksiak. She grabs Canadian nationality and belongs to Canadian-White ethnic background. White is her race and her present age of 21 which she celebrated in the June of 2021. By religion, she is Christian.
Penny Oleksiak is the daughter of her mother, Alison Oleksiak, who is an engineer by profession, held multiple Scottish Age Group swimming records in freestyle & backstroke, and her father, Richard Oleksiak, who played basketball, football, field athletics, & writer too. She has four sinlings named Jamie Oleksiak, Hayley Oleksiak, Claire Oleksiak, & Jacob Oleksiak. Her sister Hayley was a rower at Northeastern University, her older brother Jake played College hockey, and her brother Jamie is an expert ice hockey player and plays as a defenceman for the Seattle Kraken in the NHL.
Regarding Penny Oleksiak's education, she attended Monarch Park Collegiate Institute.

Personal Life

Unmarried lady, Penny Oleksiak is possibly single and enjoying herself. She is not dating anyone and there is no information about her relationship, & boyfriend. She is straight by sexuality.

Net Worth

As of 2021, Penny Oleksiak has an estimated net worth of around $ 1 million. She has not been revealed yer her salary income but she earns almost thousands of dollars per event. Her major sources of income come from her swimming career.

Body Measurement

With an athletic body builds, Penny Oleksiak is a beautiful swimmer, who stands at the height of 6 feet 1 inch (1.86 m). She has a balanced body weight of 68 Kg (150 Ibs). She has a pair of brown eyes color and her hair color is dark brown.


  • 2016- won the Bobbie Rosenfeld Award as Canada's female athlete of the year
  • 2016- Awarded the Lou Marsh Award as Canada's top athlete of the year

Personal Bests

Long Course (50 m pool)

  • On 29 July 2017, at the Danube Arena, Budapest- 50 m butterfly in 25.62
  • On 7 August 2016, at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium, Rio de Janeiro- 100 m butterfly in 56.46
  • On 3 June 2018, at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver- 200 m butterfly in 2.09.96
  • On 4 February 2018, at the 26th International Meeting, Uster- 50 m freestyle in 25.38
  • On 11 August 2016, at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium, Rio de Janeiro- 100 m freestyle in 52.70
  • On 27 July 2021, Tokyo Aquatics Centre, Tokyo- 200 m freestyle in 1.54.70

Short Course (25 m pool)

  • On 8 December 2016, WFCU Centre, Windsor- 100m freestyle in 52.01

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