Gold Coast 2018 will be Liam's second games appearance, having burst onto the international scene in Glasgow as a 17 year old school boy where he finished 7th in the 1 metre final and 6th in the Men's synchronised diving final. He was New Zealand's first male diver at the Commonwealth Games for 16 years.

Liam began diving at the age of seven years and is on a diving scholarship in the USA – with the University of Tennessee. Having won a USA NCAA national title in 2016 and named as South East Conference (SEC) Diver of the Year in 2017, he was selected as captain of Tennessee's Swimming and Diving team for the 2017/18 season.

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Liam's Games History

  • Commonwealth Games Gold Coast 2018

    • Diving (3m Springboard - Men)
      Preliminary Round 325.95
      Placed 15 of 17
    • Diving (1m Springboard - Men)
      Final
      Preliminary Round 255.90
      Placed 13 of 15
    • Diving (3m Springboard Synchronised - Men)
      Final 332.64
      Placed 8 of 8
  • Commonwealth Games Glasgow 2014

    • Diving (3m Springboard - Men)
      Final
      Preliminary 351.55 R
      Placed 14 of 17
    • Diving (1m Springboard - Men)
      Final 382.10
      Preliminary 343.35 Q
      Placed 7 of 14
    • Diving (3m Springboard Synchronised - Men)
      Final 336.42
      Placed 6 of 6
  • Australian Youth Olympic Festival Sydney 2013

    • Diving (3m Springboard - Men) Placed 8 of 10