Kirsty Gilmour

  • Key Info

    • 21/09/1993
    • Height - 1,66m
    • Right handed
    • Born – Bellshill
    • Lives - Glasgow

 

  • Highest World Ranking

    • WS : 14
    • WD: 27 (w/ Jillie Cooper)

 

  • About Kirsty

    • Member of national team since : started in the sqaud at age 15 (2009), first senior cap in 2010 Uber Cup
    • Best badminton memory : Winning the 2014 Commonwealth Games semi final in front of a home crowd to guarantee a medal
    • Future Goals: Toyko 2020 Olympics
    • Sponsored by: Yonex and NorDan
    • Senior Nationals titles :
      • 2011/12 -> 2017/18 women’s singles
      • 2012/13 women’s double with Jillie Cooper
      • 2013/14 & 2014/15 women’s double with Imogen Bankier
      • 2015/16 women’s double with Rebekka Findlay
      • 2016/17 mixed double with Patrick MacHugh
    • Best results :
      • Bronze medal at the Commonwealth Youth Games 2011
      • Winner of the Polish International 2012
      • Winner of the Czech International 2012, 2013
      • Winner of the Swiss International 2012
      • Silver medal at the London Grand Prix Gold 2013
      • Silver medal at the Scottish Open Grand Prix 2013, 2015
      • Winner of the Swedish Masters 2014, 2015
      • Winner of the Spanish Open 2015
      • Silver medal at the Commonwealth Games 2014
      • Silver medal at the Belgian International 2015
      • Winner of the Prague Open 2015
      • Winner of the Dutch Open 2015
      • Silver medal at the K&D Graphics Yonex Grand Prix 2015
      • Silver medal at the Malaysia Masters 2016
      • Silver medal at the European Championships 2016, 2017
      • Represented Scotland at the 2016 Olympics in Rio
      • Winner of the Austrian Open 2017
      • Winner of the Orleans International 2017
      • Silver medal at the Canada Open 2017
      • Scottish Open Grand Prix 2017 Winner