Participants

Charlotte CAREY

Charlotte CAREY
    Table Tennis
Birth Date:  11 Jun 1996
Place of Birth:  ABERGAVENNY
Country of birth:  GBR
Age:  21
Gender:   Female
Height (cm):  174
Weight (Kg):  65

Events and Medals


Charlotte CAREY - Schedule


Schedule
Time Event Status
Thu, 5 Apr 16:00
Women's Team Group 2
India
2
Wales
1
Finished
Fri, 6 Apr 9:30
Women's Team Group 2
Wales
3
Sri Lanka
1
Finished
Fri, 6 Apr 16:00
Women's Team Quarterfinal 2
Wales
1
Australia
3
Finished
Wed, 11 Apr 18:45
Women's Singles Round of 32
Ying HO
4
Charlotte CAREY
2
Finished
Thu, 12 Apr 9:30
Women's Doubles Round of 16
CAREY Charlotte/THOMAS Chloe
1
MUKHERJEE Sutirtha/SAHASRABUDHE Pooja
3
Finished

Biographical Information


Highlights
Commonwealth Games
YearLocationEventRank
2014 Glasgow, SCO Women's Singles R32
2014 Glasgow, SCO Women's Doubles R16
2014 Glasgow, SCO Mixed Doubles R32
2014 Glasgow, SCO Women's Team 5
2010 Delhi, IND Women's Singles R32
2010 Delhi, IND Women's Doubles R32
2010 Delhi, IND Mixed Doubles R64
2010 Delhi, IND Women's Team 9

World Championships
YearLocationEventRank
2017 Dusseldorf, GER Women's Singles R128
2017 Dusseldorf, GER Women's Doubles Prelim
2017 Dusseldorf, GER Mixed Doubles R64
2016 Kuala Lumpur, MAS Women's Team 59
2015 Suzhou, CHN Women's Singles Prelim
2015 Suzhou, CHN Women's Doubles Prelim
2015 Suzhou, CHN Mixed Doubles R32
2014 Tokyo, JPN Women's Team 41
2013 Paris, FRA Women's Singles Prelim
2013 Paris, FRA Women's Doubles R64
2013 Paris, FRA Mixed Doubles Prelim
2011 Rotterdam, NED Women's Singles Prelim
2011 Rotterdam, NED Women's Doubles Prelim
2011 Rotterdam, NED Mixed Doubles Prelim

Nickname: Charl, Scarey Carey (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)
Occupation: Athlete (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)
Languages spoken: English
Position style: Left-handed, shakehand grip
Sporting relatives

Her father played rugby for Welsh districts. (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)


Injuries

A shoulder injury at 16 put her out for two months and hampered her at the European Junior Championships. (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)


Reason: "I started playing table tennis when I was nine years old. I begged my grandfather to take me with him to a local club, but for ages he told me I was too small. Finally the day came where I could just about see over the table. He brought me along and I’ve loved the sport ever since." (pledgesports.org, 2016)
Ambition: "To win a medal at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast." (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)
Memorable: "Playing on the showcourt at the Glasgow (2014) Commonwealth Games, and winning the national championships." (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)
Hero: British track and field athlete Jessica ENNIS-HILL for her determination and Irish professional Ultimate Fighting Champion Conor McGREGOR for his passion. (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)
Influence: Her grandfather and national coach Ryan JENKINS, as he went through the same experiences and was always there for support. (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)
Ritual: Three is her lucky number, she always bounces the ball three times before every point. (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)
Additional information

TRANS EUROPE
Travels every weekend from her home in Halmstad, Sweden, to Copenhagen, Denmark, then flies to Basel, Switzerland, and drives to Weil, Germany, to play club matches. (bbc.com, 20 Oct 2016)


CHARITY
A coach from her local club had breast cancer, which led to the charity "Pink Pong" - a cancer research fundraiser for which she is an ambassador. (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)


YOUNG
The youngest Welsh athlete at the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games. (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)


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Legend

Gold: Gold
Silver: Silver
Bronze: Bronze
Gold Medal Event: Gold Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event: Bronze Medal Event

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