Brooks Curry

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Brooks Curry is a competitive swimmer who had his breakout season as a freshman at LSU, when he took the SEC title in the 100 freestyle. He is a 2021 Olympic gold medalist in the 4×100 free relay.

High School

At the 2019 Summer Jr Nationals, Brooks Curry was a part of 2 relays that broke the National Age Group Record in the 400 free relay and 400 medley relay. On February 11, 2019, Curry announced his verbal commitment to Louisiana State University.

College (Louisiana State)

2019-20

Curry made a splash in his rookie campaign, winning the 100 free (41.81), finishing second in the 200 free (1:32.43) and placing sixth in the 50 free (19.39) at the SEC Championships. Curry also swam on LSU’s 5th place 400 medley relay, 6th place 200 freestyle relay, 8th place 800 freestyle relay and ninth place 400 freestyle relay at the SEC meet. During the regular season, he won two SEC Freshman of the Week nods.

2021 Olympic Trials

Curry qualified for his first Olympic Games in Omaha, finishing 4th in the 100 free in 48.19.

2020 Olympic Games

Curry swam on the prelims of the 4×100 free relay, leading off the team in 48.8 and helping them secure a spot in the finals. The team went on to take first place by over a second, netting Curry a gold medal.

International Medals

Place Event Year Meet
Gold 400 Freestyle Relay 2020 Olympic Games

Best Times

Course Event Time Date Meet
lcm 50 Free 22.08 06/19/21 2021 Olympic Trials
Omaha, Nebraska
lcm 100 Free 48.19 06/17/21 2021 Olympic Trials
Omaha, Nebraska
scy 50 Free 19.30 02/19/20 SEC Championships
Auburn, Alabama
scy 100 Free 41.81 02/22/20 SEC Championships
Auburn, Alabama
scy 200 Free 1:32.43 02/20/20 SEC Championships
Auburn, Alabama
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