Luke Greenbank is a competitive swimmer who represents Great Britain and England internationally.
2015 World Junior Championships (Singapore)
Greenbank earned a bronze medal in the 100 back (54.81), finishing behind Romania’s Robert Glinta (54.30) and American Michael Taylor (54.64).
2018 Commonwealth Games (Gold Coast, Australia)
Greenbank picked up a silver medal with the 4×100 medley relay team, swimming a 54.61 on the leadoff leg. Adam Peaty (57.64), James Guy (50.95) and Ben Proud (47.93) rounded out the lineup.
2019 World Championships (Gwangju, South Korea)
Greenbank earned a bronze medal in the 200 back (1:55.85), finishing behind Russia’s Evgeny Rylov (1:53.40) and American Ryan Murphy (1:54.12).
He also was part of the British 4×100 medley relay team, which won gold in a European record time of 3:28.10. Greenbank swam a 53.95 on the leadoff leg, followed by Adam Peaty (57.20), James Guy (50.81) and Duncan Scott (46.14).
The 3:28.10 snapped the previous European standard of 3:28.58 set by the German team of Helge Meeuw, Hendrik Feldwehr, Benjamin Starke and Paul Biedermann at the 2009 Championships in Rome.