Water polo player, Elle Armit is a member of the Australian women’s national team, The Stingers, and is a NSW Institute of Sport (NSWIS) scholarship holder.

With over 70 international caps, Elle made her Stingers debut in 2013 and competed at that year’s FINA World League Preliminaries. She has since been a consistent member of the squad.

In 2018, Elle and the Stingers were silver medallists at the FINA World League Intercontinental Cup. The Stingers traveled to South Korea for the 2019 FINA World Championships where they came away with the bronze medal after taking down Hungary.

Elle, who was raised in Townsville has competed in both Italian and Spanish national leagues. She played for Queensland in the National Water Polo league before relocating to Sydney in 2018 to play for the Drummoyne Devils.

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