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Rosie Medlock

Welcome to Rosie Medlock’s profile page.


Date Of Birth: 23rd May 1996

Born: Winchester

Team/Club: Southampton Diving Academy

Coach: Lindsey Fraser

International Competitions

Competition Event Year Score Position
World Junior Championships Platform (Group B) 2010 270.75 14th
European Junior Championships Platform (Group B) 2011 301.15 BRONZE
  3m Springboard (Group B) 2010 334.35 6th
  Platform (Group B)   331.95 GOLD

Domestic Events

Competition Event Year Score Position
British Championships 3m Synchro 2011 231.75 5th
  Platform 2010 255.40 7th
  3m Springboard 2009 181.75 15th
  Platform   133.65 8th
  Platform Synchro   184.11 4th
British Gas National Cup 3m Springboard 2012 212.95 10th
  3m Springboard 2011 199.05 10th
  10m Platform   240.60 6th
  3m Synchro   261.90 BRONZE
  3m Springboard 2010 199.45 10th
  Platform   212.40 9th


Favourite event: Platform, because you get a huge adrenaline rush when you learn new dives.

Finest ever performance: 2010 European Junior Diving Championships when I won Platform, it was my second international so it was a bit of a shock!

First Junior International meet:  Waldkraiburg 27th ESB Youth International 2010.

Role models: Stacie Powell and Pete Waterfield because they always work hard in training and they are nice to talk to.

My aspirations are: To take part in the Commonwealth Games and Olympics some day.


Tip for the top: Work hard at training and put maximum effort in, and enjoy competitions!

If I wasn’t a diver I would be: A gymnast, I used to do it before I started diving and really enjoyed it!

Life after diving: I would like to study medicine, and later become a doctor in the forces.

Would most like to meet: Ed Sheeran, I love his music.

Most prized possession: My phone, I am never more than a few metres from it! (apart from during training).

Biggest influence on career: My family.


Sports: Gymnastics, Athletics.

Band/music: All music that sounds good!

Food: Spaghetti Bolognese.

Hobbies: Listening to music, and watching TV – I dont have time for much more!


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