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Meet The Team - Chloe Wilcox

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Get to know Chloe Wilcox. Read her tweets, view images, watch videos of her in action and being interviewed, check how her Olympic rivals compare and much more.

Chloe Wilcox

D.O.B.

20.12.1986

Born

Carlisle

Team/Club

City of Manchester /
Carlisle

Position

Left Wing

Coach

Szilveszter Fekete

Olympic History

Debut

Did you know?

  • Chloe is studying for an open degree at the Open University and admits she wants to start graduate teacher training after finishing with water polo.
  • She admits her perfect day of relaxation would be on the sofa, in her onesie with a krispy kreme and a strawberry milkshake.
  • She supports her hometown football club, Carlisle United and says her all-time water polo idol is Hungary star Gergely Kiss.

Chloe's Career

Chloe has been part of the senior international set-up since 2004 and was part of the England team to play at the 2006 Commonwealths in Melbourne. She has been one of the Brits' most consistent players over the past five years, winning silver at the European B Championships in 2007 then upgrading to gold at the same tournament in Manchester two years later. Chloe scored in all seven matches at the World University Games in 2011, ending up with 13 goals as the Brits finished seventh overall. She has been a key player in this season's European Championship, VISA International and World League qualification campaigns and is known for her swimming speed, often handing her team first possesion of the game at the swim-off.

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