| Place Of Birth || Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada |
| Residence || Hamilton, Ontario, Canada |
| Occupation || Student |
| Coach || Andrew Cole |
| Recent Results || Commonwealth Games Trials, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2005|
4th in the 50m Freestyle (29.09)
3rd in the 100m Freestyle (1:03.21)
| Commonwealth |
| has not competed |
| Olympic |
| Athens 2004 Paralympics|
Bronze in the 50m Freestyle - S13 (29.00)
Sydney 2000 Paralympics
4th in the 100m Freestyle
| Other || Personal Best:|
50m Freestyle - 29.00 (Athens, Greece, 2004)
100m Freestyle - 1:03.21 (Commonwealth Games Trials, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2005)
Chelsey, who is visually impaired, began swimming at the age of eight for the Antigonish Aquanauts Swim Club. At the age of 14 she qualified to compete at the Paralympics.
Chelsey's younger brother Devin, who is also visually impaired, is also a member of the national swim team.
She holds world records in backstroke over 50 and 200 metres.
Chelsey is in her first year at McMaster University, studying social sciences. She plans to major in honours psychology.
Away from the swimming pool, Chelsey enjoys shopping, hanging out with friends and watching and participating in various sports.