Georgia Davies is a British swimmer who specializes in backstroke.
2012 Olympic Games
At her home Olympic Games in London, Davies came out of the prelims in the 100 backstroke in 6th, but did not advance from the semi finals.
2013 World Championships
In Barcelona, Davies made the final of the 50 backstroke, and finished 6th overall (27.96). She also finished 19th in the 100 back (1:01.61).
2014 Commonwealth Championships
Davies won her first major international gold medal in Glasgow, touching the wall in the 50 backstroke at 27.56 to be declared commonwealth champion. She also earned silver in the 100 back (59.58).
2014 European Championships
Davies continued her medal streak in Berlin, securing silver in the 50 back (27.82, .01 behind her countrywoman Francesca Halsall) and bronze in the 100 back (59.74) as well as 4×100 medley relay.
2016 European Championships
Davies earned 2 golds in London by swimming on the prelims of the winning women’s and mixed 4×100 medley relays. She also earned individual bronze in the 50 back (27.87).
2016 Olympic Games
Georgia once again competed in the 100 back at the Olympic Games, but once again did not qualify for the final heat after finishing 10th (59.85) in semis.
2018 Commonwealth Championships
In Gold Coast, Davies earned a pair of bronzes, one individually in the 50 back (27.90) and one as a member of Wales’ 4×100 medley relay.
2018 European Championships
Davies made it to the top in Glasgow, earning her first major international title in the 50 back with a huge personal best of 27.23. She also swam a personal best in the 100 back (59.36) to earn silver. She earned another gold in the mixed 4×100 medley relay, and topped the meet off with a bronze in the women’s 4×100 medley relay.
2018 Short Course World Championships
In Hangzhou, Davies went 3-for-3 in medaling at international meets, tying for 3rd with Australian Minna Atherton in the 100 back (56.74).