|born on||31 December 1999 at 23:45 (= 11:45 PM )|
|Place||Christchurch, New Zealand, 43s32, 172e38|
|Timezone||NZDT h13e (is daylight saving time)|
|Astrology data||09°18' 00°35 Asc. 00°10'|
New Zealand racing cyclist who represented her country at the 2018 Commonwealth Games and the 2020 Summer Olympics, gaining a silver medal in the Keirin in the latter event.
Andrews' father is Olympic cyclist Jon Andrews, who represented New Zealand at the 1990 Commonwealth Games and 1992 Summer Olympics. Her mother is Angela Mote-Andrews, who competed internationally in mountain biking. Mote-Andrews was preparing herself for her inaugural participation at world championships—the 1999 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in Åre, Sweden—when she got pregnant with Ellesse.
- associate relationship with Sports: 2020 Summer Olympics, Tokyo (born 23 July 2021). Notes: Silver medal, Keirin, New Zealand
Sy Scholfield quotes her father in a news profile: "Where were you on New Year’s Eve, 1999? ...two of the country’s top cyclists Jon Andrews and Angela Mote were in Christchurch Women’s Hospital as the clock neared midnight. Andrews, an Olympian in Barcelona in 1992, recalls with a laugh: “I was trying to encourage Angela to hold on another 15 minutes so Ellesse would be born in the new century... that would have meant she was in a younger age group for sport. She was born at 11.45pm on the 31st. Ange is convinced that she wanted Ellesse to be born in the last century, and the midwife and I were quite keen on the new century, but Ange got her way, as she normally does.”
("Tokyo Olympics: Silver medallist Ellesse Andrews' family party like it's 1999" by Mark Geenty, 7 Aug 2021 ).
- Traits : Body : Aerobic exercise
- Traits : Body : Size (1.77 m/ 5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)
- Traits : Body : Weight (72 kg/ 159 lb)
- Family : Childhood : Family noted
- Vocation : Sports : Race Bikes (Cycling)
- Notable : Awards : Olympics (Silver medal, Keirin)