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CARR Amanda Mildred Name CARR Amanda Mildred
NOC THA - Thailand Thailand Date of Birth 24 JUN 1990
Residence Gender Female
Height 167 cm Weight 57 kg
Discipline Cycling BMX

Cycling BMX

Result
Date Time Event Results
Rank Time Points
01 OCT 2014 13:12 Women's Motos (Run 3) 1
01 OCT 2014 13:12 Women's Motos (Run 3) 1 37.159 1
01 OCT 2014 13:12 Women's Motos (Run 2) 1 37.178 1
01 OCT 2014 13:12 Women's Motos (Run 1) 1 37.392 1
01 OCT 2014 11:45 Women's Seeding Run 1 37.328

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocation
World Championships
13BMX2014Rotterdam, NED
16Time trial2011Copenhagen, DEN
20Time trial2014Rotterdam, NED
32BMX2012Birmingham, GBR
SemifinalBMX2010Pietermaritzburg, RSA
SemifinalBMX2009Adelaide, SA, AUS
Qualifying RoundBMX2011Copenhagen, DEN
UCI BMX Supercross (Ranking)
5BMX2013
11BMX2012
11BMX2011
UCI BMX Supercross
3BMX2013Chula Vista, CA, USA
5BMX2011London, GBR
6BMX2013Santiago del Estero, ARG
6BMX2012Chula Vista, CA, USA
9BMX2012Papendal, NED
9BMX2012Randaberg, NOR
10BMX2013Manchester, GBR
11BMX2014Papendal, NED
11BMX2013Papendal, NED
12BMX2011Papendal, NED
14BMX2014Berlin, GER
16BMX2011Chula Vista, CA, USA
17BMX2011Pietermaritzburg, RSA
23BMX2014Santiago del Estero, ARG
29BMX2014Manchester, GBR
UCI Ranking
11BMX2014

Detailed Information

Biography
Hobbies Fishing. (usacycling.org, 30 Nov 2011)
Occupation Athlete
Languages Spoken English, Thai
Club J&R Bicycles, Largo, FL, USA
Other Sports She competed in athletics, football and weightlifting at state level in the United States. (amandacarrbmx.com, 2013)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
She started BMX racing at age five. (myathleticlife.com, 05 Apr 2012)

Reason for taking up this sport
Her older cousins invited her to a BMX track. (usacycling.org, 30 Nov 2011)

Ambitions
To qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (amandacarrbmx.com, 30 Nov 2012)

Most influential person in career
Her family. (usacycling.org, 30 Nov 2011)

General
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
She is president of Charlotte BMX, a non-profit organisation based in Punta Gorda, Florida in the United States. (LinkedIn profile, 24 Apr 2014)

FROM UNITED STATES TO THAILAND
She represented the United States at youth, junior and senior level, winning world titles at U15 and U16 age categories, but started competing for Thailand in 2013. She holds dual United States and Thailand citizenship as her mother is a native Thai. (amandacarrbmx.com, 30 Nov 2013)

DOCUMENTARY
In 2011 a short documentary called 'Amanda Carr - Behind the Helmet' was made about her career and ambitions. (Youtube.com, 02 May 2011)

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