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Mack Horton

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Full Name Mack Horton
Profession Swimmer
Date of Birth April 25 , 1996
Current Age 27 years
Place of Birth Melbourne
Birth Country Australia
Birth Sign Taurus
Dead or Alive Alive ( 27 years old)

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Mack Horton is one of the famous Swimmer, who was born on the memorable day of April 25 in the year 1996. Mack Horton is a proud citizen of Australia.

Australian swimmer who took home his first Olympic gold medal in the 400-meter freestyle in 2016. He has also had stellar showings at events like 2013 World Junior Championships, where he won five gold medals.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Mack Horton continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Mack Horton
Popular As: Mack Horton
First Name: Mack
Last Name: Horton
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 25
Birth Year: 1996
Age: 27-years


He had an intense fear of water as a child but overcame it and started swimming at age 10.

He became the first male swimmer from the state of Victoria to win an Olympic gold medal.


He has a brother named Chad. He and fellow Aussie Ian Thorpe are both Olympic champions in the men’s 400-meter freestyle.

Mack Horton Timeline

Horton first represented Australia at the 2012 Junior Pan Pacific Swimming Championships in Honolulu at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center, where he won gold in the 1500 metre freestyle in a championship record time of 15:10.07.
At the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival, Horton won gold in the 1500 metre freestyle event.
Horton qualified for his first senior team at the 2014 Australian Swimming Championships where he won the 1500 metre freestyle in 14:51.55 and finished second behind David McKeon in the 400-metre freestyle in 3:44.60, setting two new junior world records.
For his first long course World Championships, the 2015 World Aquatics Championships held in August with swimming competition at Ak Bars Arena in Kazan, Russia, Horton won his first world medal in the 800 metre freestyle, finishing third with a time of 7:44.02 that was less than five seconds behind gold medalist Sun Yang of China and silver medalist Gregorio Paltrinieri of Italy to win the bronze medal.
At the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, he finished first in the 400m freestyle, winning his first gold medal and became the first male swimmer from the state of Victoria to do so in the Games' history.
At the 2019 World Aquatics Championships, Horton won silver in the 400 m freestyle event where he came runner up to Sun Yang.