Deborah Tsai will take to the pool at the Maria Lenk Aquatic Centre in Rio after she was selected on the 2016 Australian Olympic Team at the trials in April.
The Perth based athlete was a competitive artistic gymnast before switching to synchronised swimming in 2007.
Tsai, born in Singapore, currently trains at the West Australian Institute of Sport under her coach Briana Priess.
She has been a member of the National squad since 2010 and also coaches teenage swimmers.
Alongside her swimming, she recently completed a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Western Australia.
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- Rio 2016 will be Olympic debut
- 1st (Junior Solo Division B) 2010 National Championships (Sydney, Australia)
- 2nd (Junior Solo Division A) 2011 National Championships (Brisbane, Queensland)
- 1st (Junior Team Division B) 2011 National Championships (Brisbane, Queensland)
- Qualifying Australia for Rio 2016 at the FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia
- Singapore Chinese Girls' School (Singapore)
- All Saints' College (WA, Australia)
- University of Western Australia (2012-2015)
Briana Priess (2015-present)
West Coast Splash Synchronised Swimming Club
Western Australian Institute of Sport (WAIS)
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