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Melissa Kay named Tassie Carnivals Ambassodor

Athlete "admired for her passion for her sport"


Runner Kay to promote events

The Sports Carnivals Association of Tasmania is delighted to announce that Melissa Kay has been appointed its Ambassador for the forthcoming Basslink Tasmanian Christmas Carnival Series.

A runner, Melissa has been a strong advocate for the Christmas Carnival Series for many years having won the 2000 and 2007 Burnie Women’s Gift and the 2004 Latrobe Women’s Gift, as well as placing many times with the honour of being the back marker.  Melissa has also had success at a national level by winning a bronze medal in the 100m and 200m sprint events at the 2005 National championships.  Melissa’s break came this year when she was selected in the Australian team in the 4x100m sprint for the World Championships in Osaka, Japan.  Melissa anchored the 4x100m and in the process the women achieved a World Championships qualifying mark. 

The Tassie Carnivals Association sees Melissa as a person who is greatly admired for her genuine passion of her sport.  She has an amazing athletic ability and the achievements she has acquired while working as a primary school teacher are thoroughly deserved and respected by all. 

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