Grace Reid


Fact File

Date of birth

9 May 1996




City of Edinburgh


1m, 3m and 3m synchro


Grace made her debut for Team Scotland at the at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, where she was 14 years old. She has since gone on to become an established member of the British diving team, winning medals at European, World and Commonwealth level.

After winning the mixed 3m synchro gold with Tom Daley at the 2016 European Championships in London, as well as earning an individual bronze medal in the 3m Springboard event, Grace went on to impress at the Rio Olympics, where she reached the 3m springboard final. 

Grace competed at her first World Championships in Budapest in 2017, winning a silver in the Mixed 3m Synchro, again alongside Tom Daley. She also impressed to finish fourth in the Women's 3m Springboard category and fifth, partnered with Kat Torrance, in the 3m Synchro. 

2018 saw Grace made history as she became the first woman ever to win a Commonwealth diving gold for Scotland on the Gold Coast in the 1m Springboard event and she also claimed five Diving World Series medals. Later that year, Grace made a memorable return to her hometown of Edinburgh for the first European Aquatics Championships, coming away with a gold and silver medal, in the Women's 3m Springboard and Mixed 3m Synchro events respectively. She also finished fourth in the Women's 3m Synchro.

In 2019, Grace won her first ever gold medal in the FINA Diving World Series, securing victory alongside Tom Daley in the Mixed 3m Synchro at London’s Aquatic Centre.  



Diving World Series, Gold, Mixed 3m Synchro
Commonwealth Champion, 3m Springboard
World Championships, Silver Medallist - Mixed 3m Synchro, 4th - 3m Springboard: British Champion 3m Mixed Synchro & 3m Synchro, Silver Medallist - 3m Springboard
European Champions - Mixed 3m Synchro; European Bronze Medallist - 3m Springboard; Rio Olympic Final - 8th, 3m Springboard; British Champion 3m Springboard
British Champions - Mixed Synchro, British Silver Medallist 1m Springboard
Glasgow Commonwealth Games, Finalist 1m & 3m Springboard
British Champion 3m Springboard, British Bronze Medallist 1m Springboard
European Junior Champions 3m Synchro, Silver Medallist 3m Springboard
European Junior Silver Medallist 3m Springboard & 3m Synchro
Delhi Commonwealth Games 3m Springboard Finalist; European Junior Silver Medallist 1m Springboard; British Junior Champion 3m Synchro

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