Katie Rae Ebzery

Katie Rae Ebzery

Basketball Schedule & Results

(Local) / 11:00 AM 16 Aug (Rio)
Women's Quarterfinal

71 (Lost)

73 (Won)



Katie Rae Ebzery

(Local) / 12:15 PM 13 Aug (Rio)
Women's Preliminary Round Group A

74 (Won)

66 (Lost)



Katie Rae Ebzery

(Local) / 05:45 PM 11 Aug (Rio)
Women's Preliminary Round Group A

86 (Lost)

92 (Won)



Katie Rae Ebzery

(Local) / 12:15 PM 9 Aug (Rio)
Women's Preliminary Round Group A

89 (Won)

71 (Lost)



Katie Rae Ebzery

(Local) / 05:30 PM 7 Aug (Rio)
Women's Preliminary Round Group A

61 (Won)

56 (Lost)



Katie Rae Ebzery

(Local) / 05:30 PM 6 Aug (Rio)
Women's Preliminary Round Group A

66 (Lost)

84 (Won)



Katie Rae Ebzery

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Athlete Biography

With over a decade of experience playing in the WNBL where she has racked up over 200 games, Katie Rae-Ebzery will get her first chance at Olympic competition at Rio.

She started out at the AIS in 2005 before playing a season for the Dandenong Rangers. Following her stint with the team she walked away from the sport. Having not touched a ball for six months she began to miss the sport she had loved so much and joined the Sydney Uni Flames for the 2010/11 season and has been there ever since.

Having won two World University Games bronze medals in 2011 and 2013 she also finished third in the FIBA 3X3 Women’s World Championship in 2012.

Ebzery made her debut on the side’s 2015 European tour before the 26-year-old helped Australia qualify for the Rio Olympics as the Aussie side defeated New Zealand in the two match 2015 Oceania Championships.

Following the 2016 Olympic Games Ebzery will take up her first international contract playing with Dynamo Moscow in Russia.

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Olympic Information

  • Rio 2016 will be Olympic debut

Recent Performances

  • 5 wins & 3 losses - European Tour (Italy & France)
  • 1st – Rio 2016 test event (Rio, Brazil)
  • 1st – 2015 Oceania Championships (Melbourne & Tauranga, New Zealand)
  • 3rd – 2013 Summer Universiade (Kazan, Russia)

Career Highlights

  • Winning the 2015 Oceania Championships to qualify for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
  • World University Games - Bronze medals 2011 & 2013
  • Getting selected to compete at Rio 2016


  • Primary
    St Paul's Primary School (NSW, Australia )
  • Secondary
    St Mary's Highschool (NSW, Australia)
  • Tertiary
    Bachelor Education/Secondary/Human Movement and Health Education at The University of Sydney


  • Coach
    Shannon Seabohm (2014 - current), Brendan Joyce (2013- current)
  • Club
    Sydney University Flames, Australia
  • Primary Training Base
    Sydney, Australia


Always strap my left ankle before my right
Favourite food
Spaghetti Bolognese
Favourite holiday destination
Favourite music
Hip Hop & RnB
Dream car
Range Rover Sport
Personal Motto
I can accept failure, but I can't accept not trying (Michael Jordan)
Star Sign
I would spend my last $10 on
Star Sign (behind ear)
If I could try another Olympic sport it would be
Beach Volleyball
Most Inspiring Olympic Performance?
Cathy Freeman winning gold at the Sydney 2000 Olympics
First Olympic Memory?
Sydney Olympics
Most Influential person in your career/life
My mum
Why this sport?
Because everyone can do everything on the court.