| Place Of Birth || Cambridge, Ontario, Canada |
| Residence || Mississauga, Ontario, Canada |
| Occupation || Student |
| Coach || Byron McDonald |
| Recent Results || Canadian Commonwealth Games Trials (Nov-2005)|
5th in the 200m Freestyle (1:50.53)
1st in the 400m Freestyle (3:49.77)
2nd in the 1500m Freestyle (15:38.62)
FINA World Championships (Montreal, July-2005)
17th in the 400m Freestyle (3:50.47)
19th in the 800m Freestyle (8:00.05)
2nd in the 4x200m Freestyle relay (7:09.73)
| Commonwealth |
| Melbourne 2006|
Silver in the 400m Freestyle (3:49.08)
3rd in the heat of the 400m Freestyle (3:55.67)
5th in the 1500m Freestyle (15:14.37)
| Olympic |
| Athens 2004|
13th in the 400m Freestyle (3:50.81)
18th in the 1500m Freestyle (15:28.71)
5th in the 4x200m Freestyle relay (7:13.33)
23rd in the 1500m Freestyle (15:30.98)
| Other || Personal Best:|
400m Freestyle - 3:52.23
1500m Freestyle - 15:12.70
22nd in the 400m Freestyle (as at 01-Aug-2005)
24th in the 800m Freestyle (as at 01-Aug-2005)
Andrew burst onto the scene at the 2000 Olympic trials when he beat his personal best by 18 seconds in the 1500m Freestyle and just missed the Canadian record by 7/10ths of a second to make the Olympic team. He was then listed among the young leaders in sport for 2000 in Canada's national newspaper, The Globe and Mail.
He has been the Canadian record holder in the 400m Freestyle and he names his most memorable swimming memory as walking in the opening ceremony at the 2000 Olympic Games.
He started swimming at the age of eight and his first club was the Oakville Aquatics Club. His father was a college level swimmer at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario.
Andrew started swimming at the age of eight and his first club was the Oakville Aquatics Club. Currently, he is studying civil engineering at the University of Michigan.
He plans to boldly go where no Canadian swimmer has gone before - the top of the international heap in the long distance events.