|Date of Birth
15 May 2000
|Place of Birth
Dive London Aquatics Club
Noah Williams twice tasted gold as he stole the show at Birmingham 2022.
The 23-year-old was part of a formidable Team England contingent that topped the diving medal table, with Williams taking top spot in both the men's and mixed synchronised 10m platform.
Williams won silver in the men's event with Matthew Dixon on the Gold Coast four years prior, but went one better with a superb showing alongside Matty Lee as the pair built on the world silver they earned earlier that year.
He then continued his golden Games with victory in the mixed 10m synchro alongside Andrea Spendolini-Siriex, edging out Kyle Kothari and Lois Toulson for an English one-two.
His pair of golds join a swathe of European medals, with Williams adding another two to his collection after Birmingham, winning silver in the 10m individual and a team bronze in Rome.
It all might not have happened at all had it not been for a strategically placed leaflet at his school from Crystal Palace Diving. An intrigued Williams decided to give the sport a go, aged just nine, and the rest is history.