Kelly Cartwright is an Australian athlete. She won two medals at the London 2012 Paralympics, and represented Australia in the Beijing 2008 Paralympics.
About Kelly Cartwright
Australian paralympic athlete who medaled at the 2012 Paralympic Games. She won a gold medal in the long jump and silver in the 100m. She had her right leg amputated above the knee when she was 15 and is classified as a T42 runner.
Kelly Cartwright Before Fame
Before becoming a runner, she was a competitive netball player.
Achievement of Kelly Cartwright
In 2009, she climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, becoming the first woman with an above knee amputation to do so.
Kelly Cartwright Family Life
Her parents are Bill and Jan. She and her husband Ryan Miller welcomed a son in January 2016.
Associations of Kelly Cartwright
She joined Evan O'Hanlon in competing for Australia in the 2012 Paralympic.
Information related to Kelly Cartwright
- Australian female long jumpers
- Amputee sportspeople
- Victorian Institute of Sport alumni
- Amputee category Paralympic competitors
- Australian female sprinters
- Australian amputees
- Sportspeople from Geelong
- World record holders in Paralympic athletics
- Paralympic athletes of Australia
- Sportswomen from Victoria (Australia)
- Paralympic gold medalists for Australia
- Paralympic silver medalists for Australia
- Paralympic medalists in athletics (track and field)
- Athletes (track and field) at the 2008 Summer Paralympics
- Athletes (track and field) at the 2012 Summer Paralympics