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Olympic Information


Recent Performances

  • 11th (3m) - 2012 Fort Lauderdale Grand Prix (Fort Lauderdale, USA)
  • 16th (3m) - 2012 Montreal Grand Prix (Montreal, Canada)
  • 2nd (3m) - 2012 Australian Trials (Adelaide, Australia)
  • 1st (3m) - 2012 NCAA Championships (Auburn, USA)
  • 2nd (1m), 2nd (3m), 3rd (3m synchro) - 2012 Australian Open Championships (Adelaide, Australia)

Career Highlights

  • Winning two bronze medals at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi
  • Winning the 2012 NCAA title in the 3m event
  • Winning selection to the Australian diving team to compete in London.

Interesting Facts

  • Born in Victoria, Jaele Patrick's talent has taken her across the other side of the world where she attends college in Texas as she boosts her diving and academic credentials. She moved to the USA on a sports scholarship at Texas A&M University where she is completing her Bachelor of Business in Communications & Sports Management. Patrick's victory in the 3m at the 2012 NCAA Championships, against the best college divers from around the country, was the first diving title for the Texas A&M program. The college was also home to current Australian diver Grant Nel.
  • After taking out the 2006 Australian Junior Championship title in the 3m event, and winning bronze in the 1m, Patrick competed at the World University Games in Bangkok.
  • She gained selection for the 2010 Commonwealth Games, and showed her progression in the sport as she won bronze in both the 3m and the 3m synchro with Olivia Wright. She also finished just outside the medals in the 1m, claiming 4th.
  • Patrick returned home off the back of her breakthrough victory at the NCAA Championships to finish 2nd behind Sharleen Stratton in the 3m springboard event at the Olympic nomination trials. She joined the London bound team to compete at the USA and Canadian Grand Prix events where she finished 11th and 16th in the 3m.


Years on national team



Jay Lerew (2010 - current)
Matthew Adamson (2005 - current)

Primary Training Base

Ringwood, Australia

Secondary Training Base

Texas, USA


Gannets Diving Club (VIC, Australia)


Victorian Institute of Sport, Melbourne



Lilydale Primary School (VIC, Australia)


Lilydale High School (VIC, Australia)


Australian College of Sports Therapy (2007 - 2009)

Diving Team

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