|Competitor for Great Britain|
|Bronze||1932 Los Angeles||4x100 metre relay|
|Competitor for England|
|British Empire Games|
|Gold||1934 London||3×110/220 yd|
|Silver||1934 London||4×110/220 yd|
|Bronze||1934 London||220 yd|
Nellie Halstead (19 September 1910 – November 1991) was an English former athlete who competed for Great Britain in the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. She was born in Radcliffe and died in Bury.
She competed for Great Britain in the 1932 Summer Olympics held in Los Angeles, USA in the 4×100 metres where she won the bronze medal with her team mates Eileen Hiscock, Gwendoline Porter and Violet Webb.
At the 1934 Empire Games she was a member of the English relay team which won the gold medal in the 110-220-110 yards relay event and the silver medal in the 220-110-220-110 yards relay competition. In the 220 yards she won the bronze medal.
- "Nellie Halstead", Sports Reference LLC, retrieved 14 August 2012
- Jean Williams (2007). A beautiful game: international perspectives on women's football. Berg. p. 78. ISBN 1-84520-674-6. Retrieved 2011-09-28. "Nellie Halstead, who later played centre forward for Dick, Kerr, won bronze in the 1936 Olympic games."
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