Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix's eye-catching rise on to the senior international stage continues with her Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020 this summer.
Spendolini-Sirieix earned her place as the youngest member of the Team GB diving team after a string of eye-catching performances over the past two years, including two medals at the 2021 European Championships.
The Crystal Palace Diving Club athlete claimed Women's 10m Platform bronze with a composed list of dives, as well as securing bronze with Noah Williams in the Mixed 10m Synchro. She also narrowly missed out on the podium at the FINA Diving World Cup earlier in the year at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre.
Despite the diving season of 2020 being disrupted by the global COVID pandemic, Spendolini-Sirieix - who trains under coach Lin Chen - enjoyed a memorable year, winning her first senior title with Women's 10m Platform gold at the British Championships, before following that up with the same title at the FINA Grand Prix event in Rostock, Germany.
The year ended with her winning the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award, a prize whose previous winners includes Tom Daley.
In 2019, Spendolini-Sirieix picked up a European Junior Diving crown in Kazan, teaming up with Emily Martin to win the Girls 10m Synchro competition. A mere 0.20 point deficit saw her miss out on Women's 10m Platform bronze at the 2018 British Championships, aged only 13.
|10m Platform||2021 - Tokyo||305.50||7th|
|10m Platform||2021 - Tokyo||333.90||4th|
|10m Platform||2021 - Budapest||326.60||Bronze|
|Mixed 10m Synchro||2021 - Budapest||307.32||Silver|
|10m Platform||2020 - Rostock||330.50||Gold|
|10m Platform||2020 - Plymouth||340.30||Gold|
|10m Synchro||2020 - Plymouth||276.84||Silver|
|10m Platform (prelims)||2019 - Edinburgh||280.10||5th|
|10m Synchro||2019 - Edinburgh||232.50||Bronze|
|10m Platform||2018 - Plymouth||272.10||4th|
|10m Synchro||2018 - Plymouth||243.54||Gold|