She is one of a handful of young gold medallists who has been presented with a free journey pass which can be used to travel on coaches up and down the country for training sessions and competitions including getting to Heathrow and Gatwick airports to catch flights overseas.
West London's golden girl has now set her sights on getting selected for the Olympics in Rio and the European Swimming Championships in London.
Georgie said: “Samoa was an incredible experience. The best part for me was being in the dining hall, having people from different countries and different sports sit at your table.
"I also loved meeting the locals who were volunteering and talking to them and going to visit the special needs school.
"I have been national champion multiple times and have won various international medals but nothing compares to the feeling I got when I was standing on top of the podium in my Team England kit watching my flag being raised, listening to Jerusalem.
"It was an amazing feeling that I strive to have again, whether it be at the Commonwealth Games in 2018 or the Olympic Games in 2020”.
National Express is an Official Supporter of Commonwealth Games England, including the Youth Games, as part of its pledge to work with young people to showcase their talent.
Tom Stables, managing director at National Express UK Coach, said: “Our Youth Promise, is a commitment to giving back to the communities in which we serve and showcasing youth talent is a big part of this – the youth of today are the stars of tomorrow so we think it’s really important to offer a helping hand.
"We are really proud of Georgie’s amazing achievements in Samoa this year and think her determination and skill make her a fantastic role model for other young people so are delighted to offer her free travel as she takes her career to the next level”.