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Rebecca Gallantree

Rebecca Gallantree made her senior international debut in 2004 and has gone on to become one of the most successful British springboard diver in recent times.

She underlined her international potential in 2006, combining with Monique Gladding for 3m Synchro bronze at a FINA Grand Prix in Rome then made her Olympic debut in Beijing two years later, finishing 25th in the 3m Springboard.

In 2009, Gallantree won the first of four consecutive British 3m Springboard titles with the fourth win securing her place at London 2012 where she finished 18th in the 3m Springboard and seventh with Alicia Blagg in the 3m Synchro.

After London, she has gone on to achieve her most successful international results with Blagg, combining for two silvers on the 2013 FINA Diving World Series as well as bronze at the 2013 European Championships.

Gallantree continued to impress in the 3m Synchro in 2014, teaming up with Hannah Starling for a fifth place at the World Cup in Shanghai and bronze at the World Series leg in London, before reuniting with Blagg to claim the Commonwealth title at Glasgow 2014.

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