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Selected for her third Commonwealth Games at the age of just 21, Grace put in a brilliant display in the 1m Springboard to win Scotland's first ever medal for women's diving at a Commonwealth Games, and the first Scottish diving gold for 60 years. The youngest athlete on Team Scotland in 2010, Grace stepped up at Glasgow 2014 to finish fifth in the 1m Springboard.
She made her Olympic debut at Rio 2016, becoming the first British woman to make an Olympic final in the 3m Springboard with 8th place and went on to take silver at the 2017 World Championships in the 3m Mixed Synchro with Tom Daley.
2018 was an incredible year for Grace as, alongside her Commonwealth Games gold, she took 3m Mixed Synchro bronze with Ross Haslam at the FINA Diving World Cup in China and won gold and silver in the 3m and 3m Synchro events respectively at the European Championships in Glasgow, Â becoming the first Scot since 1954 to take an individual medal at the European Championships. She was selected for her second Olympic appearance, at Tokyo 2020.