Carla Boyd

1975 -

Carla Boyd won two Olympic medals with the Australian women’s basketball team: bronze in 1996 and silver in 2000. Boyd, a forward, was a key contributor for the Opals as they emerged as one of the best teams in the world during the ‘90s. In Atlanta, the team defeated Ukraine 66-56 in the bronze medal final to win Australia’s first medal in the sport. They went one better in Sydney, thrilling home fans by going undefeated in the tournament until the final, which they lost 76-54 to the United States. Before making her Games debut in Atlanta, Boyd had been a member of the Aussie junior team that won the world title in 1993.

Olympic Results

Sydney 2000 - Summer Olympic Games

Basketball - Women
Preliminaries Group A - Match 04 - CAN V AUS HT: 19-40 CAN 46-78 Win
Preliminaries Group A - Match 18 - AUS V BRA HT: 39-36 BRA 81-70 Win
Preliminaries Group A - Match 30 - AUS V SVK HT: 41-19 SVK 70-47 Win
Preliminaries Group A - Match 41 - SEN V AUS HT: 18-55 SEN 39-96 Win
Preliminaries Group A - Match 52 - FRA V AUS HT: 28-38 FRA 62-69 Win
Quarter Final HT: 43-28 POL 76-48 Win
Semi Final HT: 27-36 BRA 52-64 Win
Gold Medal Match HT: 43-30 USA 76-54 Loss  
Final Placing 2 / 12

Atlanta 1996 - Summer Olympic Games

Basketball - Women
Preliminaries Group B - KOR V AUS HT: 37-34 KOR 61-76 Win
Preliminaries Group B - AUS V ZAI HT: 55-22 ZAI 91-45 Loss
Preliminaries Group B - CUB V AUS HT: 22-36 CUB 63-75 Win
Preliminaries Group B - AUS V USA HT: 43-46 USA 79-96 Loss
Preliminaries Group B - UKR V AUS HT: 29-29 UKR 54-48 Loss
Quarter Final HT: 38-38 RUS 70-74 Win
Semi Final HT: 32-47 USA 71-93 Loss
Bronze Final HT: 24-33 UKR 56-66 Win  
Final Placing 3 / 12