|Full Name||Claudia Holzner|
|Birthdate||February 8, 1994|
|Social Media||Twitter | Instagram | Blog|
2020 Olympian… On the senior national team since 2013…Competed at the 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019 FINA World Championships… Three-time gold medalist at the Pan American Games (2015, 2019)… Competes in the duet event since 2017 with Jacqueline Simoneau.
2023: Did not compete internationally… Moved to a coaching position on the senior national team until June 2023.
2022: Did not compete internationally.
2021: Placed fifth in duet and sixth in team at the Olympic Games…Competed as part of the duet, team and highlight routines in the World Series Super Final… Also swam in duet in the Budapest leg.
2020: Did not compete internationally due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of all meets.
2019: Won gold in duet and team at the Pan American Games and qualified the country to the Olympics in both events…Placed fourth in highlight, sixth in technical duet, seventh in free duet, technical team and free team at the FINA World Championships… Competed in five world series events – Alexandroupoli, Tokyo, Beijing, Greensboro, Quebec City – and the Super Final in Budapest… Helped Canada win the overall world series title.
2018: Swam in the duet with Jacqueline Simoneau…Won four bronze in technical and free duet and team events at the Canadian Open… Earned silver in free team and a bronze in technical team at the Synchro America Open…Placed fifth in free duet and served as alternate to the technical duet at that meet….Also competed at the UANA Pan American Championships with her club Dollard Synchro.
2017: Placed seventh in tech duet, free duet, tech team and free team at the FINA World Championships… Competed in the duet event with Gabriella Brisson at the beginning of the season, but was then paired with Jacqueline Simoneau for the Synchro America Open and Worlds…Won silver in duet at the Synchro America Open and silver in technical team at the Canadian Open.