Triple Olympian, Bronwen Knox first debuted for the Aussie Stingers (Women’s Water Polo team) on the Olympic stage at Beijing 2008 where she scored 12 goals to be the tournament’s third highest goal scorer. Bronwen captained the team from 2013 up to her third Olympic Games in Rio.
A versatile player with an equal amount of skill and intelligence in the pool, she has played out many different scenarios and is somebody any team would love to have on their side during major international tournaments. Recently Bronwen captain the Queensland Thunder, in its debut season, to a 2019 Australia Water Polo League Championship, and was named MVP of the Final Series.
After making her Aussie Stingers debut in 2005, Knox has become a crucial part of the Australian team. Competing at the highest level for over a decade, Knox recently played in her 386th international cap, making her the most capped Australian female. She is currently working towards her forth Olympics in Tokyo 2020.
Away from the pool Bronwen recently completed a Bachelor of Laws (hons), adding to her Bachelor of Biomedical Science and Graduate Diploma in Public Health. She currently works with the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) as an Education Presenter to promote athlete’s right and responsibilities, and reinforce key messages surrounding clean fair sport. Bronwen also works to develop water polo at a junior level as development officer at All Hallows’ School. Bronwen is keen to see how the skills she has developed throughout her sporting career, in combination with her law and health degrees, and her passion for championing integrity and wellbeing, may lend themselves to the professional world.