Torrie Lewis

AT JUST 19 YEARS OF AGE, TORRIE LEWIS HAS SHATTERED THE 10-YEAR-OLD AUSTRALIAN 100M RECORD, NOW LOOKING TO MAKE HER MARK ON THE INTERNATIONAL STAGE.

Torrie Lewis, the fastest woman in Australian history, has paved her way to athletic excellence. In 2024, she shattered the ten-year-old 100m record in the Australian National Championships, with an impressive time of 11.10 seconds earning widespread recognition for her exceptional speed and agility.

After relocating to Queensland in 2020, Torrie continued to excel in sprinting. At just 16 years old, she claimed victory in both the 100m and 200m events at the Australian Track and Field Championships, earning a coveted spot on the Australian team for the World Junior Championships.

Despite setbacks, including a hamstring injury, Torrie remained undeterred, securing victories at prestigious events like the Brisbane Track Classic and the Under 20 Australian National Championships.

Now 19 years of age, she dominates the sprinting scene in the open age group, boasting a double win at the Australian National Championships in 2023. Her stellar performances have earned her international recognition, qualifying her for events such as the World Championships in Budapest and the Folksam Grand Prix in Sweden.

Torrie Lewis is cementing her status as one of Australia's brightest track and field stars of the future.

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