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Lois Toulson
Personal information
Nationality British
Born (1999-09-26) 26 September 1999 (age 18)
Huddersfield, England
Country  Great Britain /  England
Sport Diving

Lois Toulson (born 26 September 1999, Huddersfield U.K.) is a British diver. A specialist in the 10 metre platform, she won the gold medal at the inaugural European Games in 2015, and the senior European title in 2017. She competed in the women's synchronized ten meter platform event at the 2016 Summer Olympics with Tonia Couch. She won silver in mixed 10m platform synchro at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships with Matty Lee.



Having made her first senior international appearance at the 2015 European Championships. She also competed in the first European Games where she claimed gold; she closed her first senior season with individual gold and silver medals at FINA Grand Prix events in Singapore and Malaysia.[1]


At the 2017 European Diving Championships in Kiev, Toulson won two golds, first in 10m platform,[2] and in the mixed 10m platform synchro with diving partner Matty Lee.[3]

At the 2017 World Aquatics Championships, Toulson and Lee won silver in the 10m mixed synchro.[4]


At the 2018 British Diving Championships, Toulson won the women's 10m platform event, scoring 336.90 points[5].