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Gail Emms Biography
- Gail Elizabeth Emms MBE (born July 23, 1977 in Hitchin, Hertfordshire) is a retired English badminton player who has achieved international success in doubles tournaments. Her best results were winning gold at the 2006 World Championships in Madrid, 2004 European Championships in Geneva, and a silver medal at the 2004 Olympic Games, partnering Nathan Robertson in the mixed doubles. At the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester she won a bronze medal with Joanne Goode in the women's doubles and won gold as part of the England team in the mixed team event. She also took the World Badminton Grand Prix title in 2003 with Nathan Robertson. In the English National Badminton Championships she won the mixed doubles three times and the women's doubles twice.
Gail Emms Filmography
- (2012) Sporting Heroes - After the Final Whistle as Herself
- (2011) Olympics 2012: One Year to Go as Herself
- (2008) Total Wipeout as Herself
- (2003) Superstars as Herself
- (1972) Mastermind as Herself
- (1970) A Question of Sport as Herself
- (1970) A Question of Sport as Herself - Mystery Guest
- (1970) A Question of Sport as Herself - Special Guest
Gail Emms Trivia and Facts
- Professional British badminton athlete (doubles/mixed doubles) due to compete in the Summer Olympics in Beijing (2008). Won a silver medal at the Olympics in Athens (2004).
- She was awarded the MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2009 Queens Birthday Honours List for her services to Badminton.