Backstroke specialist Georgia Davies made her senior breakthrough as part of the Wales team at the 2010 Commonwealth Games where she landed 50m Backstroke bronze.
Georgia Davies Profile
|Date of Birth||11th October 1990|
|Team/Club||Swansea University / Swansea ITC|
Georgia has been a senior Championship regular ever since, landing 50m Backstroke silver at the 2011 European Short Course Championships before finishing 15th in the 100m Backstroke on her Olympic debut at London 2012.
She finished her 2012 season with a fourth (50m Backstroke) and fifth (100m Backstroke) at the World Short Course Championships in Istanbul then impressed to finish sixth in the 50m Backstroke at the 2013 World Championships in Barcelona.
|Long Course 50m Backstroke||27.80||2014||BR|
|Long Course 100m Backstroke||59.60||2011||NR|
|Long Course 200m Backstroke||2:10.96||2009||NR|
|Short Course 50m Backstroke||26.56||2012||NR|
|Short Course 100m Backstroke||57.32||2012||NR|
|Short Course 200m Backstroke||2:06.00||2008||NR|
|Olympic Games||100m Backstroke||2012||1:00.56||15th|
|World Championships||50m Backstroke||2013||27.96||6th|
|4x100m Medley Relay||4:01.09||6th|
|Commonwealth Games||50m Backstroke||2010||28.33||BRONZE|
|4x100m Medley Relay||4:05.88||4th|
|4x200m Freestyle Relay||8:08.50||6th|
|World Short Course Championships||50m Backstroke||2012||26.56||4th|
|4x100m Medley Relay||3:51.85||4th|
|European Short Course Championships||50m Backstroke||2011||26.93||SILVER|
|4x50m Freestyle Relay||1:40.14||9th|
|4x50m Medley Relay||1:48.74||4th|
|European Junior Championships||100m Backstroke||2006||1:03.87||BRONZE|
|Commonwealth Youth Games||50m Backstroke||2008||29.42||SILVER|
|British Championships||50m Backstroke||2013||27.97||GOLD|
|ASA Championships||50m Backstroke||2012||28.40||SILVER|
IN THE POOL
Greatest achievement to date: Winning my bronze Medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games 50m Backstroke and also finishing fourth in the medley relay with a pb/welsh record split of 60.9 for my backstroke leg. Before this my best achievement was bronze in the 100m back at European Juniors 2006 I think.
Who has been greatest influence on you: I have been very lucky to have some great coaches who have inspired me and made sure I achieved my best possible performances - Mike Roberts, Kevin Clark and now Bud McAllister.
OUT OF THE POOL
One thing you can’t live without: My mobile phone (sad I know!).
Tip for the top: Always try to believe that you are just as good as anyone else. It doesn't matter if you are from a small club or country, you can still be the best so be confident!
Life after swimming: I'm studying Law at Swansea University and although it's really interesting, I'm not sure if i want to be a lawyer or not.
Band/Music: I like all kinds of music, it depends on what kind of mood I'm in. When I have a favourite song I tend to over play it until I get bored