Nikita Pablo realised her Olympic dream at Rio 2016, after taking up the sport at the age of nine.
Pablo was part of the successful 2015 World Championships team which qualified Australia for Rio by finishing higher than New Zealand.
In Rio, she competed in the team and duet events where she paired up with Rose Stackpole.
Stackpole and Pablo scored 73.6360 points in the duets technical routine and 74.7667 in the free routine to place 24th overall.
In the team event, Pablo helped Australia to eighth overall with 75.4333 in the free routine and 74.0667 in the technical.