| Place Of Birth || Haifa, Israel |
| Residence || Melbourne, Australia |
| Occupation || Student/Athlete |
| Coach || Matthew Adamson |
| Club || Gannet Divers/VIS |
| Idol || Romanian gymnast Nadia Comaneci, the first to achieve a perfect 10 at an Olympic Games |
| Recent Results || 12th FINA Diving Grand Prix (Sydney, Australia, Feb-2006)|
2nd in the 3m Synchronised Springboard (Newbery)
4th in the 10m Platform
2nd in the 10m Synchronised Platform (Newbery)
FINA World Championships (Montreal, Jul-2005)
2nd in the 10m Platform
2nd in the 10m Synchronised Platform
| Commonwealth |
| Manchester 2002|
5th in the 3m Springboard
Gold in the 10m Platform
Kuala Lumpur 1998
4th in the 3m Springboard
6th in the 10m Platform
| Olympic |
| Athens 2004|
6th in the 3m Springboard
Bronze in the 10m Platform
4th in the 10m Synchronised Platform
4th in the 3m Synchronised Springboard
24th in the 10m Platform
Bronze in the 10m Synchronised Platform
19th in the 3m Springboard
| Other || World Ranking:|
2nd in the 10m Platform (2005)
She was selected for the Atlanta Olympics in 1996 and placed 19th despite being only 16 years of age.
She has always been afraid of heights and had to overcome her fears to conquer the 10m Platform.
Tourky was an elite gymnast for five years and spent three months with the AIS Gymnastics Program in Canberra before trying diving.
In 2003, she became the first diver to win gold at each of the CAN-AM-MEX FINA Diving Grand Prix series when she won the 10m Platform and the 10m Synchronised Platform in Canada, America and Mexico.
She was also named 2003 Sydney University Sports Woman of the Year and also won the Magpie Wests Ashfield Award.