Toth began diving at the age of 12 after retiring from gymnastics. Her transition from one sport to the next occurred in only a handful of days – she quickly found herself at the pool five times a week.
A national team member for the last decade, Celina Toth won her first international medal in 2015, when she finished 3rd in the 10m at the FINA Grand Prix in Madrid. Since then, the Ontario native contributed in qualifying a second Rio 2016 Olympic berth for the country when she finished 4th in the semifinal and wrote her ticket to the final.
She also excelled at many FISU Games, winning gold in the 10m synchro with Carol-Ann Ware at the 2015 Games in Gwangju, South Korea and winning a bronze medal in the 10m event at the 2017 Games in Taipei, Taiwan.
Once her diving career over, she is considering a future in the sport of skeleton.