|Birth Day:||February 20, 1993|
|Birth Place:||Suva, Fiji|
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She began her athletic career as a sprinter. She represented Australia in various sprinting events at the World Junior Championships.
Green scored an 80-metre try against Canada in the three-match exhibition series at the Gold Coast Sevens, a match broadcast live on Fox Sports. Within four hours, the try had been viewed over 200,000 times on the IRB Sevens World Series Facebook page. Green was recruited by the Australian Rugby Sevens program after attending a Pathway to Gold Talent ID camp in Melbourne in 2012. She is a sprinter, having previously represented Australia in athletics at the World School Games in Qatar in 2009 and scored the winning try after the siren against Canada at Twickenham in the Sevens World Series in May 2015. Representative Honours include Victoria. She was a member of Australia's team at the 2016 Olympics, defeating New Zealand in the final to win the inaugural Olympic gold medal in the sport.
Born in Suva, Fiji, Green moved to Australia's Central Coast at the age of five. She started Little Athletics at the age of six and excelled in sprinting. Green spent 10 years in athletics, representing Australia in the 100m, 200m and long jump at the World Junior Championships, until her cousins convinced her to try a hand at rugby sevens. She first played for Warringah at the club level and debuted for Australia in February 2013.
Ellia's parents' names are Yolanta and Evan.
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