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Katelyn ‘Kate’ Elizabeth Rosman is a diver who was awarded a Tier 3 Scholarship within the 2023 Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship and Mentoring Program.

Born in Adelaide in 2002, Kate began her athletic career in Gymnastics at age four but fell in love with the sport of diving at age 8 which she now specialises in the 3-metre springboard and 3 metre synchro.

Kate started her career at the Diving South Australia club claiming both Junior and Senior level titles.

From 2015 to 2019, Kate claimed the title of Australian Elite Junior Championship. In 2081 she claimed silver in the 3-metre synchro at the FINA Singapore Grand Prix.

Whilst 2019 to 2021 was a quiet year due to the Covid19 pandemic, Kate was still able to claim a silver at the Malaysian Grand Prix before being confined to Australia with limited competitions.

2022 was a big year for Kate as she made the move to Brisbane to train with the Queensland Academy of Sport and ability to train with her synchro partner and fellow Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship Holder, Alysha Koloi. The pair won a bronze medal at the 2022 National Championships in Melbourne and Kate placed fifth in the 3-metre springboard. This success was shortly followed by a silver medal at the 2022 Canada Cup.

These results secured Kate at a national individual ranking of 5 and 3 in synchro.

“I am extremely grateful to have been selected for a Sport Australia Hall of Fame scholarship. I feel so lucky to be a part of a group of incredible athletes. Diving has given me many amazing experiences and I am so excited to see what the next few years have in store. The support from SAHOF allows me to get one step closer to reaching my goals.” –  Kate Rosman on being selected as a 2023 Tier 3 Scholarship Holder.

Honours & Achievements

  • 2018: FINA Singapore Grand Prix, 3 metre synchro – Silver
  • 2019: Malaysian Grand Prix, 3 metre springboard – Silver
  • 2022: Australian Open Nationals, 3 metre synchro – Bronze
  • 2022: Australian Open Nationals, 3 metre springboard – 5th
  • 2022: Canada Cup, 3 metre synchro – Silver
  • 2023: Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship Holder



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