Georgia Davies made her senior breakthrough as part of the Wales team at the 2010 Commonwealth Games where she landed 50m backstroke bronze and then finished 15th in the 100m discipline at London 2012.
At Glasgow 2014 she went even better and won Commonwealth gold in the 50m and silver in the 100m backstroke.
She then claimed 50m silver and bronze in the 100m and 4x100m medley relay on her European Championships debut later that year, before winning a bronze and two relay golds at the 2016 edition.
The year would get even better with Davies making her second Olympic Games appearance at Rio 2016 before picking up 100m backstroke bronze at the World Short Course Championships in Windsor.
Two golds at the 2017 British Swimming Championship paved the way for her third Commonwealth Games appearance a year later.
Davies emerged from the Gold Coast games with two bronze medals before heading to Glasgow for the European Championships, where she was back on top of the podium, winning two golds, a silver and a bronze.