Justin Norris Age, Facts, Family, Biography, Career

Justin Norris
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About Justin Norris
Birth PlaceAustralia
Birth DateJune 41980
Zodiac SignGemini
Eye ColorBlue

Who Is Justin Norris?

Justin Norris, an accomplished Australian swimmer, has gained recognition for his proficiency in butterfly and individual medley events with the Hunter Swimming Club. As an Olympic athlete, he notably secured the bronze medal in the 200-metre butterfly during the 2000 Summer Olympics held in Sydney.

In addition to his achievements in swimming, Justin serves as the patriarch of The Norris Nuts, a YouTube channel.

What Is Justin Norris’s Full Name?

His full name is Justin Neville Norris, but he is better known as Justin Norris.

How Many Social Media Followers Does He Have?

He has more than 200,000 followers on Instagram (@justinnorris).

His family’s YouTube channel (@norrisnuts) has a subscriber count of more than 10 million and over 4 million on their secondary YouTube channel (@NorrisNutsDoStuff).

What Are The Educational Details Of Justin?

In 1999, he initiated his training at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra, supported by a scholarship.

What Is The Height Of Justin?

He is about 6 feet 1 inches or 185.42 cm tall.

What Is His Birthplace?

He was born in Mandurah, Western Australia.

Does Justin Have A Girlfriend?

Justin is married to Brooke Norris, and together, they oversee the family YouTube channel, The Norris Nuts. The couple has six children named Sabre, Sockie (Cerrus), Biggy (Coda), Naz, Disco, and Charm.

Justin Norris Facts

  1. In 1999, Norris relocated to Canberra to attend the Australian Institute of Sport.
  2. Justin was selected to represent Australia in 1999, at the 1999 Pan Pacific Championships held in Sydney.
  3. During his debut at the Sydney Olympics, Justin faced a setback with a subpar start, causing him to miss the final of the 400-meter individual medley. Notably, he competed against Michael Phelps in this event.
  4. In 2001, Norris secured yet another bronze medal, this time in the 200-meter individual medley at the 2001 FINA World Championships held in Fukuoka, Japan.
  5. In 2002, Justin achieved a remarkable feat by clinching triple Gold in the 200-meter and 400-meter individual medley, as well as the 200-meter butterfly, at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester.
  6. Contrastingly, in 2003, Justin experienced a lack of success in his three events, falling short of securing a medal at the 2003 FINA World Championships in Barcelona, Spain.
  7. His performance took a downturn at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, where Justin did even worse by failing to reach a single final.


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