| Place Of Birth || Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada |
| Residence || Calgary, Alberta, Canada |
| Preferred Apparatus || Rings and Parallel Bars |
| Coach || Tony Smith |
| Recent Results || Elite Canada (Dec-2005)|
2nd- Pommel Horse
1st- Parallel Bars
Canadian Championships (Vancouver, BC May-2005)
1st in the men's Rings (9.475 pts)
2nd in the men's Floor (8.975 pts)
2nd in the men's All Around (106.850 pts)
3rd in the men's Parallel Bars (8.825 pts)
4th in the men's Pommel (8.500 pts
| Commonwealth |
| Melbourne 2006|
Gold in the Men's Team (269.750 pts)
Silver in the men's Team (161.350 pts)
4th in the men's Pommel Horse (8.975 pts)
8th in the men's Floor (8.025 pts)
Kuala Lumpur 1998
Bronze in the men's Team (155.825 pts)
| Olympic |
| Athens 2004|
11th in the men's Team
31st in the men's All Around
| Other || Grant has been on the Canadian senior team since 1999. He was a member of the 2004 Olympic Games team and the 2002 Commonwealth Games team which won a silver medal.|
He put in a strong and consistent performance at the 2004 Canadian Championships to win the All Around title. He was also a member of the 2003 World Championships team that won Canada the right to participate with a full team at the 2004 Olympic Games.
Grant began gymnastics at 4 years of age and competed at 7 years of age. His mother enrolled him in the sport because he was an energetic child.
Grant's personal goal for the Melbourne Commonwealth Games is to finish in 1st place in the team event and have fun.
His sporting goal beyond Melbourne is to help the Canadian team be the best it can at all other major competitions this year.