Special Olympics Wellington athlete Tracey Tse is looking forward to representing New Zealand in bocce. The 47-year-old has been involved with Special Olympics New Zealand for more than 15 years.
She trains regularly with the Wellington bocce team at the Berhampore Bowls Club, which has some fantastic bocce courts.
Tracey has competed at a regional and national level in bocce, and met the US Ambassador and his family at one bocce event.
Outside of Special Olympics, Tracey is a keen knitter, enjoys art, and loves listening to Abba. Over winter she follows rugby and cheers on the All Blacks, alongside her flatmates (who include fellow Asia Pacific Games athlete Karin Clayden).