Jack Laugher

Jack Laugher is the only British diver to have won multiple medals at an Olympic Games, having won 3m Synchro gold and 3m Springboard silver at Rio 2016.

Jack Laugher
  • Date of Birth: 30/01/1995
  • Born: Harrogate
  • Team/Club: City of Leeds Diving Club
  • Coach: Adam Smallwood

About Jack Laugher

Since he made his Olympic debut as a 17-year old at London 2012, Laugher has developed into one of the best springboard divers in the world.

He won three consecutive medals in the 2014 World Series before claiming 3m Springboard bronze at the FINA Diving World Cup in Shanghai and two golds and a silver for England at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Laugher backed up his performances in 2015, scooping 3m Springboard bronze in Kazan to become the first British diver to win an individual springboard medal at a World Championships.

He also teamed up with Chris Mears to bag a second medal at the 2015 World Championships, winning 3m Synchro bronze in Russia.

Laugher excelled again in 2016, winning the European 3m Synchro title with Mears as well as silver in the individual 3m.

He competed at his second Olympic Games later in 2016, making history with Mears as the pair became Team GB’s first diving Olympic champions with 3m Synchro gold. Later in the Games, he added a second medal with silver in the 3m Springboard.

International

AppsCompetitionBestEventYear
2Olympic GamesGOLD3m Synchro2016
4World ChampionshipsBRONZE3m Springboard / 3m Synchro2015
4World CupBRONZE3m Springboard2014
3European ChampionshipsGOLD3m Synchro2016
2Commonwealth GamesGOLD3m Synchro2014

Domestic

CompetitionEventBestYear
British Championships1m SpringboardSILVER2013
British Championships3m SpringboardGOLD2016, 2015, 2013, 2012, 2011
British Championships10m PlatformSILVER2009
British Championships3m SynchroGOLD2015
National Cup1m SpringboardGOLD2017, 2014, 2012, 2011
National Cup3m SpringboardGOLD2014, 2012, 2011
National Cup3m SynchroGOLD2017
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