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Cara Honeychurch

Cara Honeychurch (bowling) is a triple Commonwealth Games gold medallist, competing in the 1998 Kuala Lumpur Games. Taking out the gold in the singles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles in the tenpin events, Honeychurch is one of the most successful Australian tenpin bowlers in the history of the sport. Born and raised in Victoria, Honeychurch made her first appearance on a state team when she was just 15 years old. This was just the beginning of her decorated career as she went on to be a nine-time Australian representative from 1989-1998, winning 23 medals in Asian Youth, Asian Adult, World Youth and World Adult Championship competitions collecting 11 gold, nine silver and three bronze. In 2000, Honeychurch won PWBA Rookie of the Year award and collected eight titles and runner up Player of the Year accolades along the way. Despite retiring as an athlete, Honeychurch’s time in the sport was not done as she went on the be on the Tenpin Board and later the organisation’s CEO for over a decade. 

Sport / Discipline

Tenpin Bowling

Age

Kuala Lumpur, 1998

Results History

GAMES SPORT / DISCIPLINE EVENT / PHASE OPPONENT PERFORMANCE RESULT MEDAL

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