|Full Name||Nikol Nahshonov (ניקול נחשונוב)|
|Birthdate||May 6, 2003|
Swam at the 2019 and 2022 FINA World Championships and the 2018, 2021 and 2022 European Championships… European bronze medalist in 2021… Two-time European Cup bronze medalist… Competed at the 2016 and 2017 COMEN Cup and the 2021 European Junior Championships.
2022: Placed fifth in free combination, seventh in technical team, and 10th in free team at the World Championships… Finished fifth in technical team, free team and free combination at the European Championships… Also swam at the French Open and the virtual ASWS #3, as well as at the World Series Super Final… Competed in the free duet during the regular season… Served as reserve to both duet routines at the European Championships.
2021: Competed in the junior and senior categories… Won a historical bronze medal in free team at the European Championships… Also placed fifth in technical team there… Competed at the European Junior Championships and finished sixth in free combination, seventh in free duet, technical and free team, and eighth in technical duet.
2020: Swam at the French Open, the first and only stop of the world series for the season… Won two bronze medals in technical team and free team… Did not compete internationally thereafter due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of all meets.
2019: Only competed in the senior category… Made history for Israel and helped qualify to the nation to four world finals at the World Championships… Placed sixth in highlight, seventh in free combination, and 12th in technical and free team there… Won two bronze medals in free combination and highlight at the European Cup… Also finished fifth in technical and free team there…. Swam across all team events in three world series meets – Paris, Alexandroupolis and Barcelona.
2018: Moved to the senior team straight from the 13-15 national team… Helped the nation record historical results and gain over 10 points in one season… Finished sixth in combo and eighth in technical and free team at the European Championships… Competed in two world series as part of the team routines – Paris Open and Budapest Open.