• Get in the know for Rio: the archery edition (Supplied)Source: Supplied
Alice Ingley has been selected in the Olympic archery team - Australia’s sole female representative. Get to know her a little better ahead of Rio.
Erin Byrnes

11 Jul 2016 - 6:25 PM  UPDATED 11 Jul 2016 - 6:25 PM

1. For starters, she’s an archer, which is probably the most badass of all sports



2. The 23-year-old is from Perth, but quit her job in February and self-funded a move to Brisbane to train with the national squad



3. She’s a Harry Potter fan, and got to meet doofus-come-heartthrob Neville Longbottom



4. She’s super into Halloween



5. She’s a big footy fan, supporting the Fremantle Dockers



6. And partial to a medieval fair



7. Ingley keeps all of her plane tickets as mementos, which is such a good idea, we’re jealous we didn’t think of it ourselves



8. She was selected for a scholarship at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra in 2008, where she stayed until 2010



9. She was a reserve at the London Olympics, but is now getting her chance at the big time




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