|Born||9 May 1996|
|Height||1.69 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|Country|| Great Britain|
|Coached by||Jane Figueiredo|
At the 2010 Commonwealth Games, she competed in the Women's 3 metre springboard. At the 2014 Commonwealth Games, she competed in the Women's 1 metre springboard and Women's 3 metre springboard events.
At the 2016 European Aquatics Championships she won Gold in the Mixed 3 m springboard synchro with partner Tom Daley. She also won Bronze in the Women's 3 m springboard becoming the first Scot to win an individual European Championships diving medal for Great Britain since 1954.
Following Daley's decision to withdraw from all 2018 diving competitions, Reid partnered with Ross Haslam and the pair won the bronze medal at the 2018 FINA Diving World Cup, followed by silver at the 2018 European Championships. Reid also won gold in the 1 metre springboard at the 2018 Commonwealth Games held at Gold Coast, the first Scottish female diver to win a medal at the games.
|Olympic Games, 3m springboard||8th|
|FINA World Aquatics Championships, 3m springboard||4th|
|FINA World Aquatics Championships, 3m springboard synchro||5th|
|FINA World Aquatics Championshipns, Mixed 3m springboard synchro||2nd|
|FINA World Cup, 3m springboard||17th|
|FINA World Cup, Mixed 3m springboard synchro||3rd|
|European Championship, 1m springboard||7th|
|European Championship, 3m springboard||3rd|
|European Championship, Mixed 3 m springboard synchro||1st||2nd|
|Commonwealth Games, 1m springboard||5th||1st|
|Commonwealth Games, 3m springboard||6th||9th|
- "Grace Reid wins diving gold medal with Tom Daley". Edinburgh Evening News. 12 May 2016.
- "European Aquatics Championships: GB's Grace Reid wins bronze". BBC. 14 May 2016.
- "Fina Diving World Cup: Grace Reid and Ross Haslam win 3m synchro World Cup bronze". BBC. 9 June 2018.
- "Grace Reid takes Scotland's Commonwealth Games medal tally to 40 with stunning diving gold - Sunday Post". Sunday Post. Retrieved 13 April 2018.
- "Grace Reid". British Swimming.
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