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2024 Olympic Team

Oceania Mackenzie

At twenty-one, Oceana has already broken multiple Australian climbing records, including the best Australian female results at the World Championships and best overall Australian result in bouldering for 2023.


Oceana has had her best season yet making five of the six bouldering World Cup semi-finals, one final and a seventh place as well as two lead semi-finals and a top 10 finish so far.

Campbell Harrison

2020 Olympic Team

Oceania Mackenzie

19-year-old Oceania Mackenzie became the second female Australian climber to ever make a final at the 2019 IFSC Boulder World Cup in Meiringen, Switzerland

She has recently achieved two new speed climbing PBs

Oceania is the second Australian woman ever to make a World Cup final, which makes her a strong contender for an Olympic podium finish

Oceania Mackenzie has five sisters!

Opponents to look out for - Slovenia’s Janja Garnbret has had a strong start to 2021. She holds six world cup titles.

Also look out for – Akiyo Noguchi, Japan and Shauna Coxsey, UK

Tom O'Halloran

Tom O’Halloran is renowned for his first ascents outdoors. He has climbed four first ascents at the challenging grade of 35 (9a), a feat that has only been achieved by a handful of other athletes across the world!

Tom O’Halloran was taught to climb by his dad. He now climbs with his partner and 7-year-old daughter

After qualifying in first place at the Australian Combined Climbing Championships, Tom also took out first place at the Oceania Combined Championships to qualify for the Olympic games.  

Opponents to look out for - Czech climber Adam Ondra is expected to deliver an impressive Olympic performance. Ondra specialises in a style of climbing known as “onsite” or “flash” – completing a route you’ve never climbed before first try, without falling off. Climbers will have a limited time to inspect the boulder and lead routes at the Games, so this skill will come in handy.

Also look out for – Tomoa Narasaki, Japan.


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