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Kelly finished fourth in the olympic heptathlon in Beijing, after her poorer performance in long jump has let her a bit down. Javelin was much better than in Osaka! The event was won by Dobrynska of Ukraine, so maybe Kelly will get her bronze medal later. More...
Carolina Klüft, Kelly's archrival, will no longer compete in heptathlon! Carolina said she lost motivation and will focus on long jump and triple jump in the future. More...
At World Indoor Championship in Valencia Kelly took second spot again after a thrilling fight with Tia Hellebaut of Belgium. More...
Kelly finished second to Carolina Klüft in a three-event competition in Birmingham. More...
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Kelly will face Carolina Klüft in a three-event competition in Birmingham on 16 February as a preparation for World Indoor Championships starting three weeks later. More...
Kelly Sotherton has been found to have a vision problem related to keeping both eyes focused at the same point, but optometrists say it can be treated with eye muscle excercises. Kelly said better vision can help with hurdles, jumps, and the cursed javelin throw.
Kelly Sotherton is considering focusing on other sports and leaving heptathlon behind after Beijing Olympics in 2008.
Someone (it was me) suggested to someone else there's no Kelly Sotherton fan page on the web... Word gave word and within minutes this became the first website dedicated to this gorgeous British heptathlete.

Welcome to Kelly Sotherton Unofficial Fanpage

There will be no more updates of this page, sorry. Wish you all the best, Kelly!

Kelly fourth at Beijing Olympics, 15 & 16 August 2008

Kelly second again at World Indoor Championship, 8 March 2008

Kelly had a good start to the pentathlon event winning the 60m hurdles with 8.25. She jumped 1.81 high, with Tia Hellebaut marking 1.99 in her specialty event and moving to the lead. After scoring personal best 14.57 in shot put, Kelly beat Tia in the long jump by four centimeters with 6.45 and was 107 points behing with final 800m to go. 2:09.95 was a new personal best, but was just short as Tia managed a season's best 2:16.42 to win the competition for Belgium in the absence of reigning queen Carolina Klüft with 4867 points, 15 ahead of Kelly's 4852. Anna Bogdanova of Russia was third with 4753.

Kelly finished second in Birmingham Grand Prix, 16 Feb 2008

After a slightly disappointing long-jump start to a three-event indoor challenge, Kelly recovered with superb performances. 8.17 is her new personal best in 60m hurdles and put her to third place behind Carolina Klüft and Denisa Ščerbová of the Czech republic. Then, with this year's british fastest 400m (52.47) she moved up again and finish second to Carolina overall. Denisa kept the third spot.

Kelly took fantastic bronze medal at Osaka 2007 World Championships Heptathlon! Congratulations!