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19-year-old Bachelor of Design (Visual Communications) student, @brittany.obrien, is set to make a splash in the Women’s 10m platform diving category at the Commonwealth Games @gc2018 Brittany has been diving for 10 years. She was asked to replace an injured diver in the Australian Olympic squad during the 2016 Rio Olympics – reaching the semi-finals whilst at the same time completing her HSC and securing a place at Western. “As well as being a diver, I’m also passionate about design – which is why I chose to study it at University. I would love to have my own clothing line and since I live in swimwear and gym clothes, I want to start with designing active wear,” says Brittany. . . . . #Unlimited #WSU #Sydney #GoldCoast #CommonwealthGames #Sport #Diving #PlatformDiving #Sportswoman #Elite #EliteAthlete #Goldy #Sports #Sportphotography #Dive #Swimming #Student #StudentLife #Study #Training #Design #VisualCommunication #Tertiary #Study #Uni #University

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