- At the 13th FINA World Swimming Championships (25-m) in Windsor, Ont. Lacroix competed in the 100-m butterfly (21st) and the 200-m butterfly (11th).
- In her third Olympic Games, Lacroix made the semifinals in the 200-m butterfly where she finished 16th
- At the 2016 Olympic & Para-swimming Trials in Toronto, veteran Lacroix continued her incredible longevity as she qualified for her third Olympic Games.
- Lacroix won the 200-m butterfly to become the oldest swimmer on the national team – her fourth straight year as the senior member.
- At the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games, Lacroix won a gold medal in the 200-m butterfly.
- At the 2015 FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia, Lacroix finished 12thafter her semifinal race in the 200-m butterfly. It was her seventh FINA World Championships (a Canadian record)
- In 2014, she won a gold medal in the 200-m butterfly at her fourth Commonwealth Games.
- In 2013, she just missed reaching the 200-m butterfly final by 0.05 seconds, settling for 10th.
- Lacroix made her second Olympic appearance in London in 2012, she went on to qualify for semifinals, and finished 12th in the 200-m butterfly.
- In 2006 and 2010, Lacroix won Swimming Canada’s Female Swimmer of the Year.
- At the 2008 Olympics, Lacroix contributed to the 4×100-m medley and freestyle teams, which both qualified for finals and set national records.
- In 2003, she won her first major international medals, earning gold and silver at the Pan American Games in Santo Domingo.
- First senior national team was the 2001 World Championships in Fukuoka, Japan.
- A graduate of l’Université de Montréal in communications and political science.
- She would like to work in the media or public relations after her swimming career.
- Away from the pool she enjoys reading, watching TV, and following fashion.
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