Heather Olver at the 2013 French Super Series
March 15, 1986 |
|Height||5 ft 7 in (170 cm)|
|Women's & Mixed doubles|
|Highest ranking||23 (WD) (2 October 2013)|
|Current ranking||33 (WD) (28 August 2014)|
|Updated on 16:01, 31 August 2014 (UTC).|
Heather Olver (born 15 March 1986) is an English badminton player.
She started playing at the age of six and started when she joined her local club, Waldron Junior BC, with her brother.
In 2005, Heather won the women's doubles at both the England Junior Championships and the Welsh International. In 2009 she was successful four times internationally, and in the following year she won the bronze medal at the European Championships in women's doubles.
|2005||Welsh International||Women's doubles||1||Hayley Connor / Heather Olver|
|2005||England Junior Championships||Women's doubles||1||Heather Olver / Jenny Wallwork|
|2009||Norwegian International||Mixed||1||Marcus Ellis / Heather Olver|
|2009||Belgian International||Mixed||1||Heather Olver / Marcus Ellis|
|2009||Austrian International||Mixed||1||Robert Adcock / Heather Olver|
|2009||Irish Open||Women's doubles||1||Mariana Agathangelou / Heather Olver|
|2010||European Badminton Championships||Women's doubles||3||Mariana Agathangelou / Heather Olver|
|2012||Polish International||Women's doubles||1||Mariana Agathangelou / Heather Olver|
|2012||Swiss International||Women's doubles||1||Heather Olver / Kate Robertshaw|
|2013||Welsh International||Mixed||1||Chris Langridge / Heather Olver|
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