Four years ago Matthew Mitcham walked away from the Delhi Commonwealth Games clutching four silver medals.
His disappointment at not being able to win a single gold was one of the driving forces behind the Beijing gold medalist's decision to push on to Glasgow, after he briefly considered retirement after the London Olympics.
Now he has a fifth silver medal to add to his collection, after he finished second behind England's Jack Laugher in the 1-metre springboard.
The countdown continues and today we look at Matthew Mitcham!
Matthew Mitcham openly admits he considered quitting diving after the 2012 London Olympics, but in the end his disappointment at not winning gold at the Delhi Commonwealth Games in 2010 was a sufficient magnet to draw him back in.
Matthew stormed into the record books and Australian folklore at the 2008 Beijing Olympics when he posted the biggest individual dive score in Olympic history (112.10, including four perfect 10&... read more »
Lara Tarvit and diving were always going to be a perfect fit. The 17-year-old came to the sport having already represented her country in the sport of trampolining. Not surprisingly she was a standout as a 10-year-old at a National Talent Identification event.
It's that background that has made Lara one of Australia's most versatile divers, and although in Glasgow she will compete in the individual and synchro platform events, s... read more »