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Michelle Li

Michelle Li
  • Born: 11/03/1991
  • Age: 23
  • Height: 170cm
  • Weight: 64kg
  • Birthplace: Hong Kong

Michelle LiPlease note: the information below is accurate as of the London 2012 Olympic Games and will be updated in advance of the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games and Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Two-time Pan Am champion Michelle Li made her first appearance at an Olympic Games in 2012 and competed in both the women’s singles and doubles events (with partner Alexandra Bruce) in badminton. The duo of Bruce and Li finished in fourth place and Li finished in 19th place individually.

Heading into London, Li was coming off a breakthrough 2011 in which she captured double gold at the Pan American Games in singles and doubles with partner Bruce. In 2011, she was also crowned the national champ in both those events.

At the 2010 Pan American Badminton Championships, Li won silver in singles and doubles and was also a member of the gold-medal winning team.

In 2010, Li won silver in both singles and doubles at nationals, adding to her singles silver the year prior.


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College/ University (year graduated):

University of Toronto (not yet graduated)

Focus of studies:

Life sciences

National titles:

2011 women’s singles senior national champion
2011 women’s doubles senior nation champion
2010 women’s singles senior national silver medalist
2010 women’s doubles senior national silver medalist
2009 womens singles senior national silver medalist

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