|Born||14 May 1974|
|Club||Huntingdon & |
Warboys White Hart
Brett bowls for the Huntingdon indoor bowls club and Warboys White Hart outdoor bowls club. He has won 23 titles since 2009 and also won an outdoors National Title in 1999 and subsequent singles at the British Isles Bowls Championships in 2000.
Brett's greatest achievement before 2016 was winning the 2014 World Indoor Bowls Championship Pairs title partnering Greg Harlow. It was during the 2016 World Indoor Bowls Championship that Brett became the World Singles Champion for the first time beating Robert Paxton in a competitive final.
Brett followed up his 2016 success by winning the mixed pairs title at the 2017 World Indoor Bowls Championship with Claire Johnston of Scotland. He then joined an exclusive group of players who have won five or more world indoor titles after winning both the open pairs and mixed pairs at the 2020 World Indoor Bowls Championship and he narrowly failed to become the first player to win the treble after losing to Paxton in the open singles final. Other major indoor wins include the 2015 International Open and the 2013 and 2014 Scottish International Open.
In 2020 he was selected for the 2020 World Outdoor Bowls Championship in Australia. World ranked number one indoors he was unable to participate in the 2021 World Indoor Bowls Championship because he broke his arm following an accident playing golf.
Brett is a supervisor by trade and is married with two children. Due to injury in 2021 he was unable to compete in the World Indoor Championships and consequently joined the commentary team for the event.
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