Kristy Harris (boxing) will compete at her second Games in Birmingham as a light flyweight (50kg) after making her debut at the inaugural women’s tournament in Glasgow 2014 where she lost in the quarter-finals. Kristy began boxing when she was 14, training with her father Glenn and brother Kyle at Murray’s Boxing Gym in Geelong. She had her first bout at 18, made the Victorian team after only four fights and was selected for her first world championships in 2012 after only eight. She will compete at her fifth world championships in Istanbul in 2022, her best result being bantamweight bronze in 2018 in New Delhi. Kristy, who trains out of Melbourne’s Collingwood Boxing Club under Kel Bryant, is studying for a Bachelor of Psychological Science and is lead singer for punk rock band Eye Roll.
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