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Kelsey Cottrell

Kelsey Cottrell (lawn bowls) is a three-time Commonwealth Games medallist representing Australia at three editions of the Games. After winning medals at the 2008 World Bowls Championships, Cottrell made her Commonwealth Games debut at the 2010 Games in Delhi winning bronze in the women’s singles. The experiences helped Kelsey breakthrough for a gold medal at the 2012 World Bowls Championships in the women’s pairs. Before returning to help the Australia women’s triples to silver at the Glasgow 2014 Games. At the Gold Coast 2018 Games, Kelsey won gold as part of the Australia women’s fours, the first time Australia had won gold since the Auckland 1990 Commonwealth Games. Now an experienced member of the Australia Jackaroos with over 480 international caps, Kelsey continues to showcase her talents being named the 2021 Australian Open MVP after winning gold in the women’s pairs and fours.

Sport / Discipline

Lawn Bowls

Birth Place

Auckland

Date of Birth

31/05/1990

Age

32

Delhi, 2010

Glasgow, 2014

Gold Coast, 2018

Results History

GAMES SPORT / DISCIPLINE EVENT / PHASE OPPONENT PERFORMANCE RESULT MEDAL

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