Camila Arregui

Full Name Camila Maria Arregui
Nation Argentina
Birthdate February 14, 1994
Status Retired (Nov. 21)
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On the senior national team since 2013… Competed at the 2017 and 2019 FINA World Championships… Also swam at the 2015 and 2019 Pan American Games… Two-time bronze medalist at the South American Games.

2021Placed 19th at the Olympic Games Qualification Tournament… Won five bronze medals at the South American Championships (solo, duet, team, combo, highlight)… Announced retirement in November.

2020: Swam at the French Open, the first and only stop of the world series for the season… Placed 13th in technical solo, 15th in free duet and 16th in technical duet… Did not compete internationally thereafter due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of all meets.

2019: Finished sixth in duet at the Pan America Games… Placed 25th in free solo, 29th in free duet and 30th in technical duet at the World Championships… Won bronze in free solo at the U.S. world series, the sole medal for the nation in the circuit that season… Also swam at the France and Canada stops.

2018: Earned two bronze medals in duet and team at the South American Games… Won two more bronze in duet and team at the South American Championships… Also placed fourth in solo… At the UANA Pan American Championships, won bronze in technical solo, technical duet, and free duet… Place fourth in technical and free team there.

2017: Placed 19th in technical solo, 24th in free duet and 29th in technical duet at the World Championships… Won bronze in team at the Synchro America Open, the first medal in the FINA World Series for Argentina… Also swam at the French Open, Chile Open, and German Open.

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