Nick Alexander is an American swimmer who represented the United States in the International arena. Nick started in 2016 as fresheners; he placed in the 200 back, 14th in the 400IM, and 18th in the 200IM at the SEC championship.
Nick was the runner-up in the 200 back at the Pan American Games. He had successfully earned 400 Medley Relay in the year 2019 and has earned 200 Back in Pan American Championship 2019.
october 6, 1999
22 years old
Nick Alexander Wikipedia, Age, Bio, Height
Nick is not featured on Wikipedia yet.
But he has already represented the United States at the International level as a professional swimmer.
As of 2021, Nick is 22 years old.
He was born on October 6, 1998, in Ukraine. He is the son of Patrick and Brenda Alexander; he was adopted from Ukraine. Later, he attended St John Vianney High School and was a member of the club of the University of Missouri.
He stands at a decent height of 6 feet which is equal to 1.82 meters.
Does Nick Have A Girlfriend? Instagram Details
Nick does not have a girlfriend, and it seems like he is out of lady luck.
Currently, he cherishes a single life and does not bother himself to flash the details of his life’s romantic sides.
Apart from that, Nick also is not open to the social media world and does not have access to the platforms like Instagram and Facebook.
10 Facts on Nick Alexander
Nick is 22 years old as he was born on October 6, 1998.
Alexander stands at a decent height of feet.
He was born in Ukraine; later on, he was adopted and went to the United States.
Alexander participated in the 2018 U.S. Swimming National Championships, 8th position in 200 backstrokes and 10th position in 100 backstrokes.
Nick completed his education at the University of Missouri.
Alexander was awarded 400 Medley Relay in Pan American Championship.
Nick is single; he doesn’t have a girlfriend.
Nick represented the United States at the International level and has won 400 MEDLEY RELAY and 200 BACK in PAN AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Nick was runner-up in the 200 back at the Pan American Games held in Peru.
In the 2018’s United States Swimming Championships, he got T12th position in 50 backstrokes.