Michelle Kelly (born 7 November 1974) is a Canadian Skeleton pilot.
Michelle Kelly starts since the first Women's 1996/97 season in skeleton World Cup. Your first race she contested in December 1996 in Koenigssee, where they finished third. The third race of the season they won in Winterberg and was next to Steffi Hanzlik the only winner of a race of the first season. With over 40 World Cup starts, she placed not only once in the top 10. Three times she was able to win the race for themselves. In the overall World Cup, she placed in the first season in second place behind Steffi Hanzlik. 1998/99, she finished fourth, the 1999/2000 third, 2000/ 01 and 2001/02, fifth in the overall World Cup. The following season they won also read the first time and was in fact a third party.
2003 Kelly was in Nagano world champion and was the first athlete, who was in a season World Champion and overall World Cup winner. In 2005 she won bronze in Calgary. America champion, she was in 2002 in Park City. At the Olympic Games in 2002 in Salt Lake City, she was only ten. 2001 to 2003, she won the Canadian Championships in 1998 and 2004 behind Susan Speiran behind Lindsay Alcock was runner-up, 1997, 2000, 2005 and 2006, she was third.
Prior to her career Skelteton Kelly was first gymnast. For 13 years she practiced this sport before they switched to diving at the age of 17 years, then to the football and finally as a brakeman for bobsledding. Here she was when she was with the Canadian team in St. Moritz, with the Skeleton in touch. After the Olympic Games in Turin, for which they could not qualify, they tried to build a career in professional wrestling.