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Olivia won four national titles throughout her junior career, and became just the second U.S. player to win a British Junior Open title when she won the U15’s in 2007.
Olivia became a full-time professional in 2008 at the age of fifteen. After a brief spell as a part-time teaching professional at her home club, Chelsea Piers CT, she returned to the PSA Tour full-time in 2013 with the support of the US Squash Elite Athlete Program. Blatchford Clyne has spent more than forty months ranked in the world’s top twenty and reached a career high of world No. 11 in October 2021. She has won five PSA titles, and two National Singles titles.
Olivia has represented Team USA in six World Team Championships, three Pan American Championships and three Pan American Games. At the 2015 Pan American Games, Olivia won a gold medal in the women’s team competition and a silver medal in the women’s singles competition. Olivia earned another team gold medal at the 2019 Pan American Games.
Blatchford Clyne represented Team USA at the 2022 Women’s World Team Championships where the U.S. recorded its best finish of second place in Egypt.