Nicole Dawn LivingstoneOAM (born 24 June 1971) is an Australian former swimmer, Olympic silver medallist, and a television sports commentator and radio presenter. Livingstone competed for Australia in three summer Olympics - 1988, 1992, and 1996 - winning both individual and team medals. She was an Australian Institute of Sport scholarship holder.
She retired from swimming after the 1996 Olympics (Atlanta, Georgia, USA) and joined the Australian sports network Nine Network as a host of Nine's Wide World of Sport, and a commentator for swimming.
She is active in promoting drug-free sports in Australia and is involved in the Australian Olympic Committee's "Live Clean, Play Clean" anti-doping education program. She is also a board member of the Australian Sports Drug Agency (ASDA), whose mission is to combat drug use in sports.
She held the Australian record for the 200 m backstroke, with at time of 2:10.20, set on 31 July 1992 at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain for 16 years. Meagen Nay broke the Australian record twice at the 2008 Australian Olympic Trials. Notably, she is the only Australian swimmer to have competed in six successive Pan Pacific Swimming Championships.
Livingstone was awarded the Order of Australia Medal on 9 June 1997 for service to swimming as a representative at state, national and international levels.
She was known for a period as Nicole Stevenson, when she was married to Australian cyclist Clayton Stevenson.
Livingstone worked for Wide World of Sports as a host of the self-titled program and as a host of Sports Saturday. She was host of Any Given Sunday with Mick Molloy in 2006.
In March 2007, she was appointed the sports presenter on Nine News PM Edition. She was replaced by Tim Sheridan.