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Meet The Team - Alicia Blagg

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Get to know Alicia Blagg. Read her tweets, view images, watch videos of her in action and being interviewed, check how her Olympic rivals compare and much more.

Alicia Blagg

D.O.B.

21.10.1996

Born

Wakefield

Height

5ft 2in

Training base

City of Leeds Diving Club

Coach

Edwin Jongejans

Olympic History

Debut

In Action

Sychronised 3m Springboard on 29 July

Did you know?

  • Alicia has a brother who is also sporty - he plays rugby.
  • Alicia was youngest member of Team England at the Commonwealth Games in 2010.
  • Alicia enjoys listening to RnB in her spare time to help her relax. She particularly likes Eminem and Rihanna.

Alicia's Career

Alicia was touted as a hot prospect after winning 1m Springboard gold as a 13-year old at the 2010 British Gas National Cup. She went on to compete in the 1m and 3m Springboard events as well as the 3m Synchro at the European Championships in Budapest before winning 1m gold, 3m bronze and 3m Synchro silver at the 2010 British Gas Diving Championships. Alicia was handed her Commonwealth debut the same season, finishing eighth in the 1m, 10th in the 3m and fourth competing with City of Leeds teammate Rebecca Gallantree in the 3m Synchro. She won her first Grand Prix medal in 2011, again combining with Rebecca for 3m Synchro silver in Fort Lauderdale, before making her World Championship debut in Shanghai. The pair continued to improve in 2012, setting a personal best 302.40 to qualify second for the European Championship final before ultimately finishing fifth.

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