Kelly McKee made her international debut at the junior level at the 2008 Junior Pan American Championships where Canada captured gold and it didn’t take long for people to take notice of her shot. Since then, she has played in two junior (2009, 2011) and two senior world championships (2015, 2017) and has proven herself to be a threat from the outside in every game she plays. McKee won silver with Canada at the 2015 Universiade and the FINA World League Super Final. She plays professionally in France and Greece.


Getting into the Sport: Started playing water polo at age 10 with the Calgary Renegades Water Polo Club… Represented Canada for the first time at age 15… Has dreamed of competing for Team Canada since watching the Canadian women win gold in the 2003 Junior World Championships in her hometown of Calgary… Outside Interests: Graduated from University of California Berkeley where she was on the water polo team… Enjoys reading and watching TV… Odds and Ends: Listens to the same playlist of songs before every game that she makes for particular tournaments… Favourite motto: “Do better”