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Robbie Renwick

Date Of Birth: 21 July 1988
Place Of Birth: Abu Dhabi, UAE

Discipline: Swimming

Inducted to Hall of Fame: 2018

ROBBIE RENWICK competed in three consecutive Olympic Games, finishing his competitive career with silver in Rio for the 4x200m freestyle relay. He also represented Scotland at three Commonwealth Games, winning four medals including gold in Delhi in 2010 for the 200m freestyle. Renwick featured in every major Olympic or World Championship for Great Britain between 2007 and 2016. His second leg split of 1:45.98, the fastest of his career at the age of 27, undoubtedly helped Britain win gold at the World Championships in Kazan, and he and compatriot Dan Wallace celebrated alongside James Guy and Callum Jarvis as they beat the favoured US team. Renwick retired from competitive swimming in late 2016.

Achievements

Olympics, Rio de Janeiro
2016Men's 4x200m Freestyle RelaySilver
World Championships, Kazan
2015Men's 4x200m Freestyle RelayGold
Commonwealth Games, Glasgow
2014Men's 4x200m Freestyle RelaySilver
Commonwealth Games, Delhi
2010Men's 200m FreestyleGold
2010Men's 4x200m Freestyle RelaySilver
Commonwealth Games, Melbourne
2006Men's 4x200m Freestyle RelaySilver
European Championships, London
2016Men's 4x100m Medley RelayGold
World Championships (Short Course), Manchester
2008Men's 4x200m Freestyle RelaySilver
2008Men's 400m FreestyleBronze