|Full name Danielle Campo|
Strokes butterfly, freestyle
|Height 5 ft 3 in (1.60 m)|
Name Danielle Campo
Weight 99 lb (45 kg)
|Born January 4, 1985 (age 30) (1985-01-04)|
Danielle Campo-McLeod Thanks Volunteer Fire Fighters | Muscular Dystrophy Canada
Danielle Campo, OOnt, (born January 4, 1985) is a Canadian Paralympic swimmer.
- Danielle Campo McLeod Thanks Volunteer Fire Fighters Muscular Dystrophy Canada
Campo first competed for Canada at the 2000 Summer Paralympics in Sydney, where she won gold in the 100 metre freestyle S7 in a world record time of 1:14.64, gold in the 50 metre freestyle S7 in a Paralympic record time of 34.98, silver in the 400 metre freestyle S7 in 5:35.08 and with Jessica Sloan, Andrea Cole and Stéphanie Dixon won gold in the 4×100 metre freestyle 34pts in a world record time of 4:38.01.
At the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, Campo won bronze in the 50 metre EAD freestyle. Competing against swimmers in other classifications, Campo covered the distance in a Games record time of 35.02, 0.04 seconds over her target time.
At the 2002 IPC World Championships in Mar del Plata, Argentina, Campo won gold in the 50 metre freestyle S7 in 34.77, gold in the 100 metre freestyle S7 in 1:15.88 and silver in the 400 metre freestyle S7 in 5:46.16.
At the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, Campo won bronze in the 50 metre freestyle S7 in 35.17, bronze in the 400 metre freestyle S7 in 5:39.13, finished 4th in the 100 metre freestyle S7 in 1:15.97, finished 11th in the 50 metre butterfly S7 in 48.56 and with Dixon, Cole and Anne Polinario won silver in the 4×100 metre freestyle 34pts in 4:41.70.
For her sporting success, Campo was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal in 1992, the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012 and in 2001 became a member of the Order of Ontario.