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Kirsty Gilmour

Residence
Glasgow
Date of Birth
21/09/1993
Playing Hand
Right
World Ranking

#16 - Women’s Singles
#55 - Women’s doubles with Jillie
#67 - Women’s doubles with Imogen

Height  169cm
Choice of Racket Yonex i-force 
Discipline Womens Singles & Womens Doubles 
Sponsor(s) Yonex 
Coaches  David Gilmour, Craig Robertson, Diana Koleva, John Quinn, Yvette Yun Luo.
Careers Highlights Beating world No.10 to reach French Super Series quarter final 
Scottish Caps  21
Badminton Goals & Ambitions  To medal at every major championships- Worlds, Commonwealth, Europeans, Olympics.
Typical Week Training Schedule  15-17 hours hitting + 6 hours physical per week
First Start Playing Badminton About the age of 5. My Dad and David were a big influence. 
First Badminton Memories Being dragged round various sports halls with dad. 
Enjoy Most About Badminton  Winning and traveling
Most Admired Player  Julianne Schenk
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likes  My Favourite...
film Lost, Modern Family, Amelie
food Brunch
travel Crete

Kirsty Gilmour Achievements

Scottish Titles

  • 2014 Yonex Scottish National Women's Singles champion
  • 2014 Yonex Scottish National Women's Doubles champion
  • 2013 Yonex Scottish National Women's Singles champion
  • 2013 Yonex Scottish National Women's Doubles champion
  • 2012 Yonex Scottish National Women's Singles champion
  • U23 Scottish National Girls Singles, Doubles and Mixed Champion 2010
  • U19 Scottish National Girls Singles Champion 2009
  • U17 Scottish National Girls Singles and Mixed Doubles Champion 2009
  • U19 Scottish National Girls Singles and Doubles Champion 2008
  • U17 Scottish National Girls Singles Champion 2008
  • U15 Scottish National Girls Doubles Champion 2007
  • U15 Scottish National Girls Singles & Doubles Champion 2006
  • U13 Scottish National Girls Singles Champion 2006
  • U13 Scottish National Mixed Doubles Champion 2005
  • U13 Scottish National Girls Doubles Champion 2004
  • U19 East of Scotland U19 Girls Singles and Doubles Champion 2008

International Titles & Other Achievements

  • 2014 Caperio Swedish Masters Women's Singles champion 
  • 2013 Irish International Women's Doubles semi-finalist
  • 2013 Yonex Welsh International Women's Doubles semi-finalist
  • 2013 Scottish Open Grand Prix Women's Singles runner-up
  • 2013 London Grand Prix Gold Women's Singles runner-up
  • 2013 Czech Open Women's Singles Champion
  • 2013 Czech Open Women's Doubles runner-up
  • 2013 Sudirman Cup Finished Top of Group 2
  • 2012 Welsh International Women's Doubles runner-up
  • 2012 Scottish International Women's Doubles semi-finalist and women's singles quarter-finalist
  • 2012 Polish International Women's Singles Champion
  • 2012 Czech Open Women's Singles Champion
  • 2012 Czech Open Women's Doubles runner-up
  • 2012 Swiss International Women's Singles Champion
  • 2011 Commonwealth Youth Games Women's Singles bronze medal
  • 2010 Commonwealth Games Mixed team Event Quarter finalist
  • 2010 European Women's Team Championships Quarter finalist
  • U17 European Championships Girls Singles Quarter-finalist 2009
  • UK School Games U17 Girls Singles Winner 2009
  • U17 Langenfeld Cup Girls Singles Winner 2009
  • AROS Cup Girls Singles U15 Winner
  • Scottish International Women's Doubles Quarter finalist
  • U19 Belgian Junior Girls Singles Runner-up
  • UK School Games U17 Girls Singles Runner-up and Doubles Winner
  • U15 Quadrangular Girls Singles Winner and Doubles Runner-up.

 

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