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Anabelle Smith is a dual Olympic diver and bronze medallist from Rio 2016. She is also a three time Commonwealth Games bronze medalist. Smith as a hardworking and determined athlete, striving to be the best she can be in her sport, and in life. She puts a lot of passion into any task she is given, and loves sharing her experiences and passion for health and well-being with the next generation. Anabelle is very driven, and prides herself on being a leader in her sport. Her goal is to win an Olympic gold medal and leave behind a positive legacy.

Anabelle has been on the Australian National squad for the past ten years, currently sits on the Olympians Club of Victoria Board, and is also helping to shape Australia’s sporting future on the inaugural AIS Athlete Advisory Committee.

Awards, Honours and Achievements

  • 2020 (2021): Tokyo Olympic Games – 3m platform, 14th
  • 2019: Olympians Club of Victoria John Landy Scholarship recipient
  • 2019-2011: Diving Victoria Athlete of the year
  • 2019: AMP Tomorrow Maker
  • 2019: World Championships
  • 2018: Commonwealth Games – Bronze 1m springboard
  • 2018: World Cup – Bronze 2018
  • 2017: Australian of the Year nominee
  • 2017: World Championships
  • 2016: Rio Olympics – Bronze 3m springboard
  • 2016: Victorian Institute of Sport ‘Spirit’ Award winner
  • 2016: Leader Newspapers Eastern Overall Senior Winner
  • 2014: Commonwealth Games – Bronze 3m Synchronised Springboard
  • 2014: World Cup – Bronze
  • 2012: London Olympics – 5th 3m Springboard Synchronised
  • 2013: World Championships
  • 2011: World Championships – Bronze 2011
  • 2011-2009: Layne Beachley ‘Aim for The Stars’ scholarship recipient
  • 2010: Commonwealth Games – Bronze 10m platform
  • 2010: World Cup
  • 2008: World Junior Championships – Bronze x 2
  • 2008: Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship recipient
  • 2008: Pierre de Coubertin award winner

Anabelle received a SAHOF Scholarship in 2009 and attributes the support to her junior success, and transition onto the senior national team. She continues to stay in contact with her mentor Debbie Watson OAM and feels privileged to have had her guidance and support throughout her career.

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Watch Anabelle’s SAHOF Scholarship experience here

Last updated 10/07/2020


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