Olivia Federici became one of the first synchronised swimmers to compete at an Olympic Games for 16 years when she joined Jenna Randall for the duet at the Beijing Games in 2008. The two also represented Britain at London 2012 where they finished in ninth place.
After initially retiring from the sport following London 2012, Federici returned to the pool in late 2015 as she attempted to qualify for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games alongside Katie Clark.
An impressive qualification campaign saw the double act make the Games in the Duet event, where they eventually finished 18th.
Born in Plymouth, Olivia cites her Olympic hero as Jesse Owens and she is also admirers multiple Moto GP champion Valentino Rossi.