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|Full name||Michelle Theophille|
|Born||February 27, 1991|
|College team||Louisville Cardinals|
|Coached by||Joe Walker, Jr.|
|Updated on 2 March 2018.|
Michelle Kinsella, née Theophille (born 27 February 1991 in Whitby) is a former NCAA All American high jumper for the Louisville Cardinals. She is from Ontario, Canada and competed for the University of Louisville, United States between 2009-2013.
She won a gold medal at the Canadian Championships in 2013.
|High jump||1.86 m||Tampa||6 May 2012|
|High jump||1.88 m||Geneva||17 February 2013|
|2007||World Youth Championships||Ostrava, Czech Republic||10th||high jump||1.74 m|
|2009||Pan American Junior Championships||Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago||3rd||high jump||1.76 m|
|2012||NACAC U-23 Championships||Irapuato, Mexico||2nd||high jump||1.82 m|
|2013||Summer Universiade||Kazan, Russia||15th (q)||high jump||1.80 m|
|Francophone Games||Nice, France||3rd||high jump||1.86 m|
- "Lambton athletes capture five medals at national championships". www.theobserver.ca. 25 June 2013. Retrieved 2 March 2018.
- Michelle Kinsella at IAAF
| Women's Canadian National Champion
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