Donna Kellogg

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Donna Kellogg
Personal information
Birth nameDonna Victoria Kellogg
Country England
Born (1978-01-20) 20 January 1978 (age 42)
Spondon, Derby, England
Height1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
CoachAndy Wood and Julian Robertson
Mixed & Women's Doubles
Highest ranking4 (in WD)
5 (in XD)
BWF profile

Donna Victoria Kellogg, MBE (born 20 January 1978) is an English badminton player. She first played badminton at the age of 10.


Her first representative match for England was against China at the World Championships 1997 in Scotland. The best performances of her career are winning the European Women's Doubles Gold medal in 2000 with Jo Goode and in 2006 with Gail Emms.

Kellogg's highest world ranking is fourth in Women's Doubles with a national ranking of first in the same event.

1998 Commonwealth Games[edit]

She represented England and won two gold medals (women's doubles and team) and a bronze medal (mixed doubles), at the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.[1][2]

2004 Summer Olympics[edit]

Kellogg competed with Gail Emms in women's doubles at the 2004 Summer Olympics. They defeated Koon Wai Chee and Li Wing Mui of Hong Kong in the first round but were defeated by Zhao Tingting and Wei Yili of China in the round of 16.

2006 World Championships and Commonwealth Games[edit]

Kellogg reached the mixed doubles final at the 2006 IBF World Championships with Anthony Clark, losing in the final against Gail Emms and Nathan Robertson. She also won a silver medal (team) and bronze medal (doubles) at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.[3]

2008 Summer Olympics[edit]

She and partner Gail Emms faced China in doubles at the 2008 Olympics in the Round of 16. They lost the first match.

Personal life[edit]

In 1999 she graduated from Loughborough University with a degree in Sports Science. Her occupation/professional qualification is BSC Physical Education, Sport Science and Recreational Management.

Kellogg was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2010 Birthday Honours.[4]

Record against selected opponents[edit]

Mixed Doubles results with Anthony Clark against Super Series finalists, World Championships semifinalists, and Olympic quarterfinalists.[5]


  1. ^ "1998 Athletes". Team England.
  2. ^ "England team in 1998". Commonwealth Games Federation.
  3. ^ "Athletes and results". Commonwealth Games Federation.
  4. ^ "No. 59446". The London Gazette (Supplement). 12 June 2010. p. 18.
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