Rose Stackpole will represent Australia at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games after being selected at trials in April in Perth.
Stackpole grew up in Auckland and represented New Zealand at many international competitions including three Oceania Championships. She starting competing for Australia in 2014.
Stackpole currently lives in Perth and trains at the West Coast Splash Synchronised Swimming Club alongside four other girls from the national team. She is coached by Briana Preiss and does some training at the West Australian Institute of Sport.
She won the title of junior solo and figures champion in 2010 and 2012 and has gone on to compete at the Junior Worlds, Japan Open and U.S Open.
Stackpole highlights the Sydney 2000 Games torch parade as her favourite Olympic memory.
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Duet Women, Team Women
Auckland, New Zealand , New Zealand
- Rio 2016 will be Olympic debut
- Becoming the Oceania junior solo champion in 2010 and 2012
- Qualifying Australia a spot at the Olympics at the FINA world Championships in 2015 in Kazan, Russia
- Joining the Australian national team in 2014
- Kohia Terrace School, Auckland, New Zealand
- Epsom Girls Grammar School, Auckland, New Zealand
Lilian's Grenier 2016-present
WAIS / AIS
Primary Training Base
Secondary Training Base
- Favourite food
- Ice cream
- Favourite holiday destination
- New Zealand
- Favourite music
- Lana del rey
- Dream car
- Star Sign
- I would spend my last $10 on
- A noseclip!
- If I could try another Olympic sport it would be
- Rhythmic gymnastics
- First Olympic Memory?
- 2000 Sydney Olympic torch parade
- Most Influential person in your career/life
- Why this sport?
- I love it