- Sport: Olympic Speed Skating
- Nation: Canada
- DOB: May 17, 1975
- Hometown: London, ON
- Career Highlights: Nesbitt qualified for her second straight Canadian Olympic team after winning all four of her World Cup races in the 1,000
meters this past season. The defending world champion in the 1,000, Nesbitt also has two World Cup victories in the 1,500.
A serious medal contender at the Vancouver Games, Nesbitt earned a silver medal as part of the Canadian team pursuit squad
at the 2006 Winter Games in Turin. She finished seventh in the 1,500 and 14th overall in the 1,000 in Turin. Nesbitt began
her speedskating career on the short track at age 12. She earned the Canadian National team's "Rising Star Award" during the
2005-06 season. A native Australian, Nesbitt suffered a head injury during a training accident and missed the 1,500-meter
event at the 2009 World Single Distance Championships, but was back on the ice to win gold in the 1,000.
- Olympic History: 2006