|Full Name||Jacqueline Simoneau|
|Birthdate||September 29, 1996|
|Social Media||Twitter | Instagram|
On the senior national team since 2013… 2016 Olympian in the duet event where she placed seventh… Competed at the 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019 FINA World Championships… Four-time gold medalist at the Pan American Games (2015, 2019)… Soloist and duet member since 2014… Had a stellar junior career, winning bronze at the 2012 FINA Jr. World Championships and silver at the 2014 FINA Jr. World Championships in solo, and gold in figures also in 2014.
2021: Selected for the Olympic duet and team… Competed in the solo, duet, and team routines in the World Series Super Final… Also swam in solo and duet in the Budapest leg, and in solo in both virtual events.
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, fifth in technical and free solo, 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: Competed at the Canadian Open and Synchro America Open…Swam in the solo, duet and team events, and won three silver and seven bronze medals across both competitions… Paired with Claudia Holzner in duet most of the season except in technical duet at the Synchro America Open where she swam with Halle Pratt.
2017: Placed fifth in both tech and free solo, seventh in tech duet, free duet, tech team and free team at the FINA World Championships… Placed third in the solo category of the inaugural FINA World Series… Won silver at the U.S. Open and the Canadian Open, and bronze at the Japan Open and the MUFE French Open in solo…Rocky season in the duet event and was paired with Holzner halfway through the season… Won silver at the U.S. Open with Holzner, silver at the Canadian Open, bronze at the Japan and MUFE French Open with Karine Thomas… Won silver in tech team at the Canadian Open.