|Date of Birth
14 January 1988
|Place of Birth
Sian Honnor sealed her status as one England's most decorated Commonwealth bowlers with women's triples gold at Birmingham 2022.
It was Honnor's fourth Games medal, having previously earned two bronze and a gold in the same event across Delhi, Glasgow, and Gold Coast Games.
But her love for the sport extends beyond the green, with the 35-year-old an editor for Bowls International, the world’s leading bowls magazine.
She certainly had plenty to write about during the 2022 Games in Birmingham, as Team England produced their best ever showing on the greens.
Honnor sealed one of two golds, as she teamed up with Natalie Chestney and Jamie-Lea Winch to seal triples gold against Malaysia, with her three children watching on.
On a day-to-day basis Honnor works as the Media and Communications Officer for Young Lives vs Cancer, helping to raise awareness of the charity and raise vital funds.
She has also already gained experience as a commentator, previously working for the BBC during the World Indoor Bowls Championships