Gold Coast will be Angie's second Commonwealth Games, having placed fifth in the 800m in Glasgow 2014.

Angie has competed at three World Championships in Moscow 2013, Beijing 2015 and London 2017 and had her Olympic debut in Rio in 2016.

A breakthrough season in 2015 saw Angie win the World University Games 800m in Korea with a stunning finish, running under 2 minutes for the first time in her career, clocking 1:59.03. She became the third fastest NZ women over 800m.

Angie is married to English 800m middle distance runner, Sam Petty and they live in Christchurch where she works part-time in early childhood education.

Coached by Danny Mackey, Angie competes for the University of Canterbury Club.


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Angela's Games History