|Born||1973 (age 46–47)|
Walker is best known for winning the silver medal in the men's 200 m individual medley at the inaugural 1993 FINA Short Course World Championships in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, behind Germany's Christian Keller. He won a gold medal at the 1993 World Student Games in Buffalo, New York, USA and represented Scotland at the 1994 Commonwealth Games where he won the Bronze medal in the 200 Metres Individual Medley.
He was also the first ever British swimmer to break the two-minute barrier for the 200 m individual medley with a time of 1 minute 58.35 which was set in 1993 also at the World Championships in Palma De Mallorca. This stood as the British record for four and a half years and the Scottish record for 14 years. He swam for Warrender Baths Club in Edinburgh.
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- "Commonwealth Games Medallists – Swimming and Diving (Men)". GBRAthletics.com. Retrieved 21 March 2013.
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- Fraser Walker at Swimrankings.net
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