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20 January 1997
Georgina Nelthorpe fell in love with wrestling while living in Canada for nine years, encouraged by her school teachers and she secured a second Commonwealth bronze medal at Birmingham 2022.
The Nelthorpe family moved back to her home nation in 2016 and she began grappling at clubs in the north-west, igniting her dream of representing her country.
Nelthorpe won a medal at her first international competition - the Sassari International in 2017 - and repeated the trick at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Having succumbed to idol Erica Wiebe in the semi-finals, she beat Hajaratu Kamara by fall in the bronze medal match to claim a fairytale podium finish.