In October 2019, the Boccia International Sports Federation put Alison Levine at number-one in the world rankings for BC4 players. She moved to the top position after a third place finish at the World Open stop in Brazil.
A few weeks earlier, she won the bronze medal in pairs at the Parapan American Games in Lima. Her partners were Marco Dispaltro and Iulian Ciobanu. She climbed to No. 2 in the world in the BC4 singles after her first career international victory at the Montreal World Open in May 2019.
In 2018 Levine reached new heights in international boccia as she placed fourth in the BC4 singles at the world championships in Liverpool, England. She came fifth at the 2016 Paralympic Games and was a silver medallist in mixed pairs at the 2015 Parapan American Games with Marco Dispaltro.
She is renowned for her powerhouse strength and the speed at which she has developed within the sport.