Professional Australian Swimmer
Kenneth takes USANA HealthPakTM, BiOmegaTM,Active Calcium, Procosamine, Proglucamune, Proflavanol C 100, CoQuinone 100.
Kenneth To is an Australian professional swimmer, whose role models include swimming greats Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte and Ian Thorpe. Kenneth burst onto the swimming scene when he beat Ian Thorpe’s longstanding 200m individual medley record at the New South Wales Championships in 2009. Kenneth started swimming at the age of five, when his parents taught him to swim, and has not looked back!
2010 was a big year as he won a Silver and Bronze medal at the 2010 Youth Olympics. In 2012, Kenneth won Gold at the Oceania Swimming Championships in Nouméa in the 100m and 200m freestyle, the 4 x 100m freestyle relay, the 4 x 200m freestyle relay and the 200m Individual Medley. In the 200m Individual Medley, Kenneth also set a new record time. Kenneth also won Silver in the 100m butterfly and the 400m Individual Medley.
Kenneth received the prestigious Male Swimmer of the meet award at the Oceania Swimming Championships. In 2011, Kenneth was awarded the Australian Sports Commission Discovery of the Year by Swimming Australia. In 2011, Kenneth also won Gold in the 100m backstroke and the 100m Individual Medley at the Swimming World Cup in Sweden. At the Swimming World Cup in Moscow, Kenneth won Silver in the 100m Individual Medley, just behind his role model Michael Phelps.
Kenneth is a fun-loving, young, energetic individual who is full of enthusiasm for not only his swimming, but also in looking after his health and fitness, which is so important for his sport performance. In between winning numerous medals, he is also a high-achiever pursuing his Bachelors Degree in Physiotherapy.
2015 has been an outstanding year for Kenneth, after recovering from surgery he managed to medal at the Australian Swimming Championships (Silver) and the NSW State Open championships (Bronze). He is now ready to face the 2016 Rio Olympics, as the underwater expert recently won five events and broke the state record at the NSW Short Course Championships.