2016 Olympics (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Throssell finished eighth in the 200 fly (2:07.87), making the finals with the seventh best time from the semifinals (2:07.19).
2019 World Championships (Gwangju, Korea)
Throssell swam the third leg of Australia’s world record setting gold medal 4×200 free relay team (7:41.50). Throssell (1:55.60) followed Ariarne Titmus and Madison Wilson and ahead of Emma McKeon.
She also was part of the Aussies’ championship record setting 4×100 free relay team (3:30.21), swimming the second leg. Throssell (53.34) was joined on the 4×100 by Bronte Campbell, Emma McKeon and Cate Campbell.