Chloe Wilcox 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 Perth.
Chloe Wilcox Profile
|Date of Birth||20th December 1986|
|Team/Club||CN Mataro (ESP)|
Wilcox was a key player for the British women in historic appearances at the 2012 European Championships in Eindhoven, London 2012 Olympic Games and 2013 World Championships in Barcelona as well as FINA World League qualifiers in 2011 and 2012.
She is known for her swimming speed, often handing her team first possession of the game at the swim-off.
|European B Nations Trophy||Manchester||2009||GOLD|
|Spanish Division De Honor||CN Mataro||2014||SILVER|
|Hungarian League||Great Britain||2011||6th|
|British Championships||City of Manchester||2010||GOLD|
|City of Manchester||2009||GOLD|
|City of Manchester||2008||GOLD|
In The Pool
Greatest achievement to date: Four Nations tournament – Lille, France, 2004. I scored my first international goal for GB and was voted player of the tournament by my team mates.
Who has been greatest influence on you: My mum
When did you start playing water polo: When I was 12.
Out of the Pool
Other sports: Love all sports especially minority sports!
Ultimate relaxation: Sofa, onesie, Krispy Kreme!
One thing you can’t live without: Family
Band/Music: The Wombats
Food: All of it!
Drink: Strawberry milkshake
Hobbies: Jigsaws and Scrabble
Sports team: Carlisle United
Sportsperson: Gergely Kiss
Most prized possession: Iphone