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Elizabeth Cann is England's former number 1 ladies singles badminton player. She represented England in the juniors from the age of 13 and got her first England senior cap in 2002 in the Uber cup held in Holland. She has x senior caps to date.
Elizabeth has 5 National championship titles, winning her first National title in 2005. Her highest world ranking is 19.
Elizabeth retired from the England national team in February 2013. However, she has not yet retired from the sport altogether. After taking 5 months off she made the decision to start training again so that she can compete in the Commonwealth games in Glasgow this summer. This will be Elizabeth's 5th Commonwealth games. She represented Jersey in her first 3 games starting in Kuala Lumpur in 1998 and then represented England in Delhi in 2010. She will be back representing Jersey this time around.
"I am really excited to be competing in the Commonwealth games again this year. After the games in Delhi I didn't expect to be competing in any more, but after I had been off court for several months in 2013 it renewed my enthusiasm for the sport. I am especially excited to be representing Jersey again" said Cann.
England's 5 times ladies singles national champion badminton player