Grace Reid has really made her mark after a number of highly successful outings at both national and international competitions which culminated with a history-making performance at the Rio 2016 Olympics for Team GB and winning silver at the World Championships in 2017.
Reid made history as she became the first women ever to win a Commonwealth diving gold for Scotland on the Gold Coast and also claimed five Diving World Series medals.
She returned to her hometown for the very first multi-sport European Championships and came away with a gold and silver medal, in the 3m and Mixed 3m Synchro events respectively. She also finished fourth in the Women's 3m Synchro on the final day of competition.
A busy start to 2017 for Reid saw her compete in four events at the British National Diving Cup in Plymouth where she won gold in both the Women's and Mixed 3m Synchro events. Two further visits to the podium came in the 1m and 3m events where Reid claimed silver.
Reid competed at her first World Championships in Budapest and was crowned silver medallist in the 3m Mixed Synchro alongside Tom Daley. She also improved her standings to finish fourth in the 3m and she finished fifth alongside Katherine Torrance in the 3m Synchro.
Reid opened 2016 with a title at the British Diving National Cup in Southend in the Women's 1m Springboard. She went on to represent Great Britain at the FINA Diving World Cup in Rio de Janeiro and secured a second Olympic quota place for the Women's 3m Springboard.
Next came the LEN European Championships in London which saw Reid leave London with bronze in the 3m Springboard and she became European Champion with World Champion Tom Daley in the Mixed 3m Synchro.
A debut appearance at the FINA Diving World Series 2015 in London, saw her team up with fellow Edinburgh-based diver James Heatly, the pair secured Great Britain a place on the podium after winning bronze in the Mixed 3m Synchro.
Reid made a return to Commonwealth action in 2014, her second time representing Scotland, where she competed in both the Women's 1m and 3m events and finished 5th and 9th respectively.
In 2013 Reid won her first National title at the British Diving Championships in Sheffield in the 3m Springboard event.
A first international call up for Reid came in 2010 at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi where she the youngest member of Team Scotland at just 14 years old and competed in the 3m Springboard event.
|3m Springboard||2016 - Rio||318.60||8th|
|3m Springboard||2017 - Budapest||336.70||4th|
|3m Synchro||2017 - Budapest||294.40||5th|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2017 - Budapest||308.04||Silver|
|3m Springboard||2018 - Wuhan||273.00||14th|
|3m Mixed Synchro||2018 - Wuhan||302.64||Bronze|
|3m Springboard||2016 - Rio de Janeiro||259.80||17th|
|3m Springboard||2018 - Edinburgh||329.40||Gold|
|3m Synchro||2018 - Edinburgh||270.90||4th|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2018 - Edinburgh||308.67||Silver|
|3m Synchro||2017 - Kiev||283.50||4th|
|1m Springboard||2016 - London||328.55||7th|
|3m Springboard||2016 - London||328.55||Bronze|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2016 - London||321.06||Gold|
|1m Springboard||2015 - Rostock||264.50||5th|
|3m Springboard||2015 - Rostock||264.30||11th|
|1m Springboard||2018 - Gold Coast||275.30||Gold|
|3m Springboard||2018 - Gold Coast||282.00||9th|
|1m Springboard||2014 - Glasgow||269.40||5th|
|3m Springboard||2014 - Glasgow||297.50||9th|
|3m Springboard||2010 - Delhi||303.15||6th|
|3m Springboard||2019 - London||344.25||4th|
|3m Synchro||2019 - London||293.52||4th|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2019 - London||322.89||Gold|
|3m Springboard||2019 - Kazan||290.05||5th|
|3m Synchro||2019 - Kazan||270.63||5th|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2019 - Kazan||304.14||Bronze|
|3m Springboard||2019 - Montreal||311.05||7th|
|3m Synchro||2019 - Montreal||268.62||8th|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2019 - Montreal||314.10||Silver|
|3m Springboard||2019 - Beijing||276.45||9th|
|3m Synchro||2019 - Beijing||292.47||Bronze|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2019 - Beijing||294.39||Bronze|
|3m Springboard||2019 - Sagamihara||298.70||9th|
|3m Synchro||2019 - Sagamihara||281.67||4th|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2019 - Sagamihara||312.24||Bronze|
|3m Springboard||2018 - Kazan||308.10||8th|
|3m Synchro||2018 - Kazan||289.29||Bronze|
|3m Mixed Synchro||2018 - Kazan||317.70||Silver|
|3m Springboard||2018 - Monteal||330.75||5th|
|3m Synchro||2018 - Montreal||283.08||5th|
|3m Mixed Synchro||2018 - Montreal||300.84||Silver|
|3m Springboard||2018 - Fuji||297.90||6th|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2018 - Fuji||299.15||Silver|
|3m Springboard||2018 - Beijing||288.20||11th|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2018 - Beijing||308.67||Silver|
|3m Synchro||2017 - Windsor||286.80||4th|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2017 - Windsor||308.79||4th|
|3m Springboard||2017 - Kazan||301.80||6th|
|3m Synchro||2017 - Kazan||281.10||4th|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2017 - Kazan||299.82||Bronze|
|3m Synchro||2017 - Guangzhou||276.48||6th|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2017 - Guangzhou||309.99|
|3m Synchro||2017 - Beijing||275.88||5th|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2017 - Beijing||300.33||4th|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2015 - London||299.76||Bronze|
|3m Springboard||2019 - Edinburgh||288.10||Silver|
|3m Synchro||2019 - Edinburgh||280.14||Silver|
|3m Springboard||2016 - Sheffield||325.45||Gold|
|1m Springboard||2015 - Plymouth||259.90||Silver|
|3m Springboard||2015 - Plymouth||268.15||6th|
|1m Springboard||2014 - Sheffield||250.60||4th|
|3m Springboard||2014 - Sheffield||246.15||6th|
|3m Springboard||2013 - Sheffield||296.55||Gold|
|3m Springboard||2012 - Sheffield||276.55||4th|
|3m Synchro||2012 - Sheffield||276.03||Silver|
|1m Springboard||2019 - Plymouth||245.85||Silver|
|3m Springboard||2019 - Plymouth||236.80||8th|
|3m Synchro||2019 - Plymouth||285.06||Gold|
|1m Springboard||2017 - Plymouth||249.05||Silver|
|3m Springboard||2017 - Plymouth||302.15||Silver|
|3m Synchro||2017 - Plymouth||274.05||Gold|
|Mixed 3m Synchro||2017 - Plymouth||260.91||Gold|
|1m Springboard||2016 - Southend||254.55||Gold|
|3m Springboard||2016 - Southend||300.55||4th|
|1m Springboard||2014 - Southend||249.15||Silver|
|3m Springboard||2014 - Southend||259.05||5th|
|1m Springboard||2012 – Southend||254.60||Silver|
|3m Springboard||2012 – Southend||259.05||5th|