Kelly Sibley is a former professional table tennis player and current coach from England. Sibley won the singles, girls doubles and mixed doubles at the UK Junior Championships and has represented England at senior level at the Commonwealth Games, European Championships and World Championships.
|Full name:||Kelly Michelle Sibley|
|Born:||May 21, 1988, Leamington Spa, England|
|Playing style:||Right Hand Attacking Shakehand|
About Kelly Sibley
English table tennis player who has been ranked as high as second on the English table tennis rankings. She has represented her country at tournaments like the World Team Championships, where she won a gold medal in 2008.
Kelly Sibley Before Fame
She began playing table tennis at at Lillington Free Church at age eight.
Achievement of Kelly Sibley
She helped England get promoted to the top tier at the 2011 European Championships by winning ten straight matches.
Kelly Sibley Family Life
Her mother, Lynn Bolitho, was also a table tennis player.
Associations of Kelly Sibley
She and Fred Perry are both famous English table tennis players.
Information related to Kelly Sibley
- Olympic table tennis players of Great Britain
- Table tennis players at the 2014 Commonwealth Games
- Commonwealth Games medallists in table tennis
- Table tennis players at the 2015 European Games
- LGBT sportspeople from England
- European Games competitors for Great Britain
- Table tennis players at the 2012 Summer Olympics
- Lesbian sportswomen