The 2010 season proved that Pamela Ware is a diver to watch. She accumulated invaluable experience on the FINA Grands Prix in Russia and the United States, and at the 2010 Canada Cup surprised everyone in the 3M event by registering the sixth best score of the preliminaries. After earning her place in both events (3M and 10M) during the Youth Olympic Games, Pamela ended the busiest year of her career with her debut at the Commonwealth Games, where she took part in five female events.
In 2011 Ware showed no signs of slowing down: she won five medals in synchro on the Grand Prix circuit, alongside her sister Carol-Ann, including a first senior international victory with gold on the 10M synchro at the USA Grand Prix. Later in the same year Pamela ended her junior career with three medals at the Canadian Junior Championships (1 gold, 2 silver) and two gold medals at the Pan American Junior Championships in Medellin, Colombia.
In 2012 Pamela Ware confirmed that she is among the best in the world. A 4th place in her first FINA World Cup, and three silver medals; the first on 3M at the Tin Bo Travel Canada Cup, the second on 10M Synchro (C.Ware) at the Italy Grand Prix, and the last on 3M at the Canadian Diving Trials puts her in strong standing to carry on the tradition of excellence in Canadian diving that has been set forth.
Pamela Ware had a particularly impressive season for the year of 2013. Individually, Pamela finished second at both nationals and at the Gillette Canada Cup. But her greatest accomplishment of the season was her bronze medal on 3M at the FINA World Aquatic Championships in Barcelona. She also competed in the 1M event and finished 5th. Pamela finished 5th in the world on 3M according to FINA. In synchro, Pamela and Jennifer were the summer and winter national gold medallists of 2013 but also brought home four international medals. This includes a bronze medal at the FINA World Aquatic Championships. Together these two divers were named Diving Plongeon Canada's Female Athletes of the Year. Pamela Ware was also named Aquatics Canada's Female Athlete of the Year for 2013.