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Terri VentressTerri Ventress, a Design Engineer in Oklahoma, is a Scottish Highland Games Athlete and second time World Champion.

Born Terri Douglas, she is married to Larry Douglas and they have children.

Terri Douglas Ventress currently holds all World Records for the eight Highland Games events: stones, weights, hammers, sheaf toss, weight over bar, and caber.

She had the best Finish in the Women's World Championship, 4th - 2000 and captured the Women's World Record in Sheaf at 26', 2001

Masters World Championship Finishes:
2013 1st, Albuquerque, NM - Women 50+, Also captured 4 World Records in competition and 1 of 3 annual traveling trophies for the combined weights for distance.
2012 1st, Greenville, SC - Women 50+, Also captured 4 World Records and 2 of 3 annual traveling trophies for the combined weights for distance and stones.
Currently holds 8 of 8 World Records in the 50+ Women's Age Division
2010 2nd Denver, CO Women 40+
2008 2nd Saline, WI
2007 2nd McPherson, KS
2006 2nd Inverness, Scotland; Highlight: 1st in Caber

Terri co-directs the Wichita Highland Games in August and the highland games for the McPherson Festival each September, both in Kansas, USA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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