Scarlett Mew Jensen has appeared at Olympic, World Championship and European level for British Diving over recent years, following her senior international debut in 2018.
Scarlett will go to her second Worlds in Fukuoka in July 2023, following medal-winning success alongside Yasmin Harper in the Women's 3m Springboard at the World Aquatics Diving World Cup event in Xi'an, China earlier in the year.
She became an Olympian for the first time at Tokyo 2020, competing in the Women's 3m Springboard event following a top-eight finish at the FINA Diving World Cup earlier in the year. At the Games in 2021, she placed 22nd overall, before overcoming an injury-hit 2022 to take part in the 1m event at the European Championships in Rome.
Previous to that, Mew Jensen competed in both the Women's 1m and 3m Springboard events at the Worlds in Gwangju in 2019, having claimed silver and gold respectively in those events at the British Championships - as well as 3m Synchro gold - earlier in the year, to secure her first individual national title.
The Dive London Aquatics athlete took part in four categories at the European Championships, also in 2019, narrowly missing out on the podium by finishing fourth in the Women's 3m Synchro competition.
The 2018 season saw Mew Jensen gain experience across the Glasgow European Championships and two FINA Grand Prix events, while she took silver and bronze in the 3m Springboard and 3m Synchro categories respectively in the British Championships.
Her maiden senior international outings came the previous year, when she claimed 3m Synchro gold at the Singapore Grand Prix, alongside Yasmin Harper, as well as a bronze in the same event in Kuala Lumpur.
|3m Springboard||2021 - Tokyo||243.25||22nd|
|3m Synchro||2023 - Fukuoka||296.58||Silver|
|1m Springboard||2019 - Gwangju||217.10||19th|
|3m Springboard||2019 - Gwangju||247.90||26th|
|3m Springboard||2021 - Tokyo||304.95||7th|
|1m Springboard||2022 - Rome||198.35||20th|
|3m Springboard||2021 - Budapest||281.85||8th|
|1m Springboard||2019 - Kiev||238.20||10th|
|3m Springboard||2019 - Kiev||235.05||14th|
|3m Synchro||2019 - Kiev||278.01||4th|
|3m Synchro Mixed||2019 - Kiev||257.55||6th|
|1m Springboard||2018 - Edinburgh||209.75||15th|
|3m Synchro||2020 - Rostock||275.10||Bronze|
|3m Springboard||2018 - Calgary||258.50||10th|
|3m Springboard||2018 - Rostock||286.25||9th|
|3m Springboard||2017 - Singapore||261.80||6th|
|3m Synchro||2017 - Singapore||278.58||Gold|
|3m Mixed Synchro||2017 - Singapore||275.04||Silver|
|3m Springboard||2017 - Kuala Lumpur||257.10||6th|
|3m Synchro||2017 - Kuala Lumpur||252.00||Bronze|
|3m Mixed Synchro||2017 - Kuala Lumpur||255.78||4th|
|3m Synchro||2023 - Sheffield||263.04||Gold|
|3m Springboard||2023 - Sheffield||299.10||Silver|
|3m Springboard||2020 - Plymouth||299.10||Bronze|
|3m Synchro||2020 - Plymouth||273.30||Gold|
|1m Springboard||2019 - Edinburgh||243.70||Silver|
|3m Synchro||2019 - Edinburgh||283.98||Gold|
|3m Springboard||2019 - Edinburgh||302.00||Gold|
|1m Springboard||2018 - Plymouth||230.65||5th|
|3m Springboard||2018 - Plymouth||291.40||Silver|
|3m Synchro||2018 - Plymouth||233.82||Bronze|
|3m Springboard||2017 - Edinburgh||261.35||Bronze|
|3m Synchro||2017 - Edinburgh||244.02||Gold|
|Women's 3m Springboard||2023 - Edinburgh||279.35||Bronze|
|3m Synchro||2023 - Edinburgh||282.90||Gold|
|3m Synchro||2022 - Plymouth||281.3||Bronze|
|1m Springboard||2019 - Plymouth||209.40||7th|
|3m Springboard||2019 - Plymouth||243.80||6th|
|3m Synchro||2019 - Plymouth||271.26||Silver|
|1m Springboard||2017 - Plymouth||230.75||6th|
|3m Springboard||2017 - Plymouth||237.20||6th|
|3m Synchro||2017 - Plymouth||249.48||Bronze|
|1m Springboard||2016 - Southend||186.20||10th|
|3m Springboard||2016 - Southend||202.00||14th|