Nick Robinson-Baker is one of the most consistent performers from the 3m Springboard in recent years, winning 3m Synchro gold at six consecutive British Championships between 2007 and 2012.
He has also racked up considerable international experience, competing in Olympic, World Championship, Commonwealth and World Cup finals.
Teaming up with Ben Swain, he finished fourth in the 3m Synchro at the 2008 FINA World Cup then seventh in the same event on his Olympic debut at Beijing 2008.
Robinson-Baker and Swain established themselves as leading international contenders in 2009, winning three medals including one gold on the FINA World Series before finishing seventh at the World Championships in Rome.
Following injury to Swain in 2010, Robinson-Baker continued his success with Chris Mears, finishing fifth at the 2010 European Championships, fourth at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and seventh at the 2011 World Championships.
The Brits impressed to finish fifth in front of a home crowd at the London 2012 Olympics then continued their form into 2013, securing three bronze medals on the FINA World Series.