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Biography

CARSWELL Fiona

Nationality New Zealand Flag NZL New Zealand
Birth Date 12/07/1978
Gender Women
Height (m / in) 1.69/5'6''
Weight (kg / lbs) 67/148
Events Inscribed   Cycling Track Women's Sprint
Cycling Track Women's 500m Time Trial

Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
16 Mar
19:25
Women's 500m Time Trial
Final
New Zealand Flag NZL  - CARSWELL Fiona (4) 35.635 Completed
18 Mar
11:10
Women's Sprint
Final
New Zealand Flag NZL  - CARSWELL Fiona (5) 11.824 Completed
18 Mar
12:05
Women's Sprint
Final
New Zealand Flag NZL  - CARSWELL Fiona (2) 0.000 Completed
18 Mar
12:35
Women's Sprint
Final
New Zealand Flag NZL  - CARSWELL Fiona (2) 0.000 Completed
18 Mar
12:50
Women's Sprint
Final
New Zealand Flag NZL  - CARSWELL Fiona (1) 12.776 Completed

Place Of Birth Masterton, New Zealand
Residence Christchurch, New Zealand
Marital Status Married (to former NZ Olympic cyclist Tim Carswell and two children, Jack and Jessica)
Recent Results Oceania Track and Road Championships (Wanganui, New Zealand, 4-Dec-2005)
5th in the Women's 500m Time Trial (37.109)
2nd in the Women's Keiren Final
2nd in the 8000m Scratch Final
Commonwealth
Games History
Manchester 2002
6th in the Women's 500m Time Trial (35.922)
did not finish in the Women's Track Points Race
did not start in the Women's Track Sprint

Kuala Lumpur 1998
11th in the Women's 24km Track Points Race
Olympic
Games History
Athens 2004
did not competed

Sydney 2000
16th in the Women's 500m Time Trial (36.536)
Lost in the 2nd Round Repechage of the Women's Sprint (12.195)
Other Fiona returned to cycling just two weeks after the birth of her second child, Jessica. She quit the sport after the Manchester Commonwealth Games. While seven months pregnant, her and her husband decided that she would attempt a comeback in the sport.

Her husband, Tim Carswell, is the New Zealand national sprint cycling coach.

She is a 17-times New Zealand champion and has held six national records. Her longest standing record, the 500m Time Trial, was beaten in 2005 by her Commonwealth Games teammate Elisabeth Williams.

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