Grace Reid made her senior competitive debut at the Commonwealth Games in 2010 for Scotland and returned four years later in Glasgow.
At the 2016 European Championships in London, she was crowned mixed 3m synchro champion alongside Tom Daley, as well as claiming a bronze medal in the individual 3m springboard.
The latter achievement saw her become the first Scot to win an individual European diving medal for Great Britain since 1954.
Reid made her Olympic debut at Rio 2016 finishing eighth in the 3m springboard, and the following year she won World 3m mixed synchro silver, again with Daley.
The Edinburgh native continued on her upward curve, becoming the first Scottish woman to win a Commonwealth Games diving gold when she triumphed in the 1m springboard on the Gold Coast in 2018.
And just months later she added two further medals to her collection, taking gold and silver in the 3m and 3m synchro events respectively at her home European Championships in Glasgow.