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Alicia Aberley was born on 29 March, 1984 in Riverstone, Australia, is an Australian Paralympic swimmer. At 36 years old, Alicia Aberley height not available right now. We will update Alicia Aberley's height soon as possible.

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Age 36 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 29 March 1984
Birthday 29 March
Birthplace Riverstone, Australia
Nationality Australia

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Alicia Aberley Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Alicia Aberley worth at the age of 36 years old? Alicia Aberley’s income source is mostly from being a successful Swimmer. She is from Australia. We have estimated Alicia Aberley's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Aberley was coached by Greg McWhirter of Baulkham Hills. In 2002, Aberley competed at the 2002 Telstra Australian Championships. She won the multidisability 100 m breaststroke event, with a time of 01:22.99. She represented The Hill swim club. She also competed at the 2003 competition in the Women's 100 m freestyle multi-disability event.


Aberley is a student and a journalist. She attended Riverstone High School. In 2000, she completed year ten at Riverstone High School and passed her year ten exams.

As a school representative, Aberley competed in the 2000 Pacific School Games Team. This event helped with her Paralympic team selection.

At the 2000 Sydney Games, she won two silver medals in the Women's 100 m Freestyle S14 and Women's 200 m Medley SM14 events and two bronze medals in the Women's 200 m freestyle S14 and Women's 50 m breaststroke SB14 events. At the 2000 games, she competed in several other events in which she did not win medals. They included the 50 m freestyle event where she finished fifth, the 50 m backstroke event where she finished sixth, the 100 m freestyle event where she finished seventh, and the 50 m butterfly where she did not qualify for the final.

On 23 August 2000, she was awarded the Australian Sports Medal for world record achievements. In 2000, she was named the Sportsperson of the Year by the Blacktown City Council. In 2001, she was named the Telstra Swimmer of the Year with a Disability. That year, she also received a Telstra SWD (swimmers with a disability) Scholarship. In December 2000, a time capsule was buried at Riverstone High School that was to be dug up by current students in 25 years time. The time capsule included newspaper articles about Aberley and Olympic torchbearer Melissa Bushby, both of whom attended the school. In August 2009, she was rewarded with Platinum IBO recognition from Amway.


Aberley started swimming in 1995. At the 1998 national championships, she finished second in the women's 100 m breaststroke intellectually disabled event. She competed at the 1998 International Paralympic Committee world swimming championships in Christchurch as a member of the women's 4x100 m relay team, where she won a gold medal with her teammates; Siobhan Paton, Petrea Barker and Benadette Morris. At the 1999 Telstra Australian National Championships, she won a gold medal and broke a world record in the women's 100 m breaststroke event. By 2000, she had won medals at events on many levels including local, state, national and international. In 2000, prior to the start of the Paralympics, she competed at a swimming event in Amsterdam, where she won gold medals in several events including the 100 m breaststroke and 200 m freestyle. At the same event, she won three silver medals in the 200 m individual medley and the 50 and 100 m freestyle events.


Alicia Aberley (born 29 March 1984) is an Australian swimmer with an intellectual disability. She represented Australia at the 2000 Summer Paralympics, where she won several medals, and is a multiple world record holder.

Aberley was born on 29 March 1984 in the Sydney suburb of Riverstone. Her family has lived in the Riverstone Township for several decades. In Aberley's pre-2001 swimming career, her family could not afford to attend international competitions that she participated in. Aberley could not afford a way to nicely display her many medals at her house, so they were put into storage around the house instead of being on display. Alicia did not grow up with a lot of money.