Anabelle Luce Smith
At her fourth Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, springboard specialist Anabelle Smith (diving) and long-time partner Maddison Keeney added Commonwealth Games gold in the women’s 3m synchronised to their collection of Olympic, world championships and World Cup medals in the event. It was also Anabelle’s first time at the top of the podium at the Commonwealth Games after winning bronze medals at each of her previous appearances – in the 10m synchronised with Briony Cole in 2010, 3m synchronised with Maddison Keeney in 2014 and individual 3m in 2018. Anabelle originally became interested in diving after seeing the 2004 Athens Olympics on television, trying the sport at a holiday program. She went to her first World Cup event in China in 2010, followed by her Commonwealth Games debut in Delhi. Following Cole’s retirement, she teamed up with Sharleen Stratton to win bronze in the 3m synchronised at the 2011 world titles, before making her Olympic debut in London the following year. She and Maddison Keeney took 3m synchro bronze at her second Olympics in Rio 2016 and at her third Olympic outing in Tokyo, Anabelle reached the semi-finals of the 3m individual. Named as the winner of the Victorian Institute of Sport Sarah Tait Spirit Award in May 2022, Anabelle has a degree in exercise and sports science from the Australian Catholic University. She is trained by Olympic and Commonwealth Games medallist Matt Helm.
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