Isabel Martin

 

Sport: Wheelchair Basketball

Event: Women's Wheelchair Basketball

University Connection: Bachelor of Nutrition Science (2020) & Master of Dietetics (Current)

 

Isabel made her international debut with the Australian women's national wheelchair basketball team (the Gliders) at the Osaka Cup in February 2016. In May 2019, she was part of the Australians Devils U25 team that won silver at the 2019 Women's U25 Wheelchair Basketball World Championship in Suphanburi, Thailand and in 2020, she was Basketball Victoria’s Wheelchair Athlete of the Year!


Key facts...

  • Played 3 seasons of WNWBLwith Kilsyth Cobras from 2016 - 2018
  • Won a silver medal at the 2019 Women's U25 World Championships, Suphanburi, Thailand
  • Basketball Victoria's Wheelchair Athlete of the Year for 2020
  • Awarded the 2020 Andrea Joy Logan Prize for Student Leadership and Citizenship at Monash University

Results

Date Event Results
Wednesday 25th August Wheelchair Basketball: Australia vs Japan Japan 73: Australia 47
Thursday 26th August Wheelchair Basketball: Germany vs Australia Germany 77: Australia 58
Saturday 29th August Wheelchair Basketball: Australia vs Great Britain Great Britain 75: Australia 38 
Sunday 29th August Wheelchair Basketball: Canada vs Australia Canada 76: Australia 37
Tuesday 31st August Wheelchair Basketball: Algeria vs Australia  Australia 71: Algeria 32
Finished 9th overall

Read more

To read more about Isabel, check out this article about her journey to Tokyo


Watch

To watch Issy take to the court in Tokyo, head to 7plus!
 


Social Media

Follow Isabel's journey on her Instagram!

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