Six Australian swimmers are expected to lose their medals following a positive drug test from the 20212 London Olympics, and Brenton Rickard is one of them. Brenton gave his sample for the drug test during the 2012 London Olympics after his 200m breaststroke event. The same has been retested in 2020, after 8 years, and a small concentration of furosemide was found in his sample.
|Birthday||19 October 1983|
|Age||37 years old|
|Height||6 feet 3 inches|
Brenton Rickard could lose all his medals over the drug test which recently came positive. Named the 2009 Athlete of the Year, Brenton is one of the highly successful Australian swimmers in the Olympics.
This former professional swimmer lives a single life. He is not married yet, so, of course, he does not have a wife to bing the talk with.
10 Facts on Brenton Rickard
- Brenton Rickard is a retired breaststroke swimmer from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Rickard began his professional swimming career in 2006, competing at the Commonwealth games.
- In 2009, Rickard was awarded the Athlete of the Year Award by the Australian Institue of Sport. He has multiple World Championship and Olympic medals.
- Recently in November 2020, Rickard test positive for a drug test to a sample he submitted back in 2012 during the London Olympics.
- Brenton Rickard and five other Australian swimmers can be stripped of their medals over this drug case thing.
- Though Brenton has a Wikipedia biography, the detail about his family life is not known.
- He was born in Brisbane, Queensland. His nationality is Australian.
- Brenton Rickard was born on October 19, 1983. He is 37 years old now.
- Aged 37, Rickard is not married. Also, he does not have a girlfriend and is living a single life.
- This former breaststroke swimmer has a tall height. He stands 6 feet and 3 inches tall and he weighs 92 kg.
- The detail of his net worth is not public.