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Meet The Team - Sarah Barrow

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

Sarah Barrow

D.O.B.

22.10.1988

Born

Plymouth

Height

5ft 2in

Training base

City of Leeds Diving Club

Coach

Ady Hinchliffe

Olympic History

Debut

In Action

Synchronised 10m Platform on 31 July

Did you know?

  • Like many other divers, Sarah began diving after switching from gymnastics when she was 12-years old.
  • Sarah graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University with a degree in Sport and Exercise Science.
  • Although they trained together as youngsters, Sarah and Tonia Couch's partnership only came together by chance after each of their usual synchro partners picked up injuries ahead of the 2010 season.

Sarah's Career

After starting her career under Andy Banks' watch at Plymouth Diving Club, Sarah broke into the junior GB set-up in 2003, winning British Championship gold in 2005 and 2006. She won her first Grand Prix medal in 2008, combining with Monique Gladding for 10m Synchro silver in Madrid. She started a 10m Synchro partnership with Tonia Couch in 2010, enjoying immediate success as they took Grand Prix bronze in Fort Lauderdale then finished fourth at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi. After finishing fourth at the 2011 World Championships in Shanghai, Barrow and Couch are enjoying their best year to date in 2012, having won bronze the FINA World Cup in London then claiming European Championship gold in Eindhoven.

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