Paralympic & World Champion

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GreenBox

Posted by on Aug 20, 2012

Losing her leg to cancer at 15 and overcoming the challenge to become a multiple World Record holder, Kelly is sure to inspire! Available to appear at your workplace, function or event to share her amazing story, conduct photo and autograph sessions or just mix with your customers, Kelly will light up any function with her enthusiasm for life and her dedication to be the best in the world. To enquire about Kelly’s availability click...

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OrangeBox

Posted by on Aug 20, 2012

Kelly has visited hundreds of schools across Australia sharing her amazing story and providing inspiration to thousands of students and teachers alike. At 15 Kelly had to make a choice of amputating her leg or risk dying of cancer. Since making that decision Kelly has undergone an amazing journey that has seen her have to learn to walk again and suffer multiple set backs in turning that walk into a World Record winning sprint. With the lows however there has also been plenty of highs – on the track Kelly has broken multiple World Records and off the track Kelly has had some amazing opportunities with the hardest one of those being the first below leg amputee to climb Mount Kilamanjaro Kelly relates brilliantly with students and her infectious appetite for excellence, her tenacity in overcoming adversity and her love of life is certain to inspire her audience. To find out more about booking Kelly for your school click...

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TealBox

Posted by on Aug 20, 2012

With an amazing story, engaging personality and holder of multiple current World Records and Gold Medals, Kelly provides an amazing sponsorship opportunity. This is a rare chance to become part of the journey as Kelly’s profile continues to grow both in Australia and on the world stage. To find out more about sponsorship opportunities please contact her manager, Don Elgin at don@starampglobal.com.au or contact him direct on +61 411 745...

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RedBox

Posted by on Aug 20, 2012

Kelly is about to take to the floor with Dancing with the Stars. The next exciting adventure in Kelly’s amazing life and she needs your help to keep her in the competition. Please tune into Ch7 Sunday night and be sure to vote to keep Kelly Dancing. StarAmp Global is proud to manage Kelly. For all enquiries, please contact her personal manager: Don Elgin +61 411 745 884 don@starampglobal.com.au  ...

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