Cobi Crispin is a 4.0 forward from Western Australia. She began playing wheelchair basketball in 2003 when she was 17 years old and represented the Western Stars, Minecraft Comets and Victorian Dandenong Rangers (where she won a Finals MVP) in the WNWBL before going on to play for the University of Alabama in the United States in 2013-15.
Crispin made her national debut in 2006, competing in the Joseph F. Lyttle World Basketball Challenge that year. She remained on the team and was part of the bronze medal-winning side at the 2008 Paralympics before going on to captain the Under-25 Devils at the 2011 World Championships.
She won another silver medal at the 2012 Paralympics with the Gliders, finishing with 18 points and seven rebounds in their opening game and six points and five boards in the gold medal playoff.
Helping the Gliders qualify for the 2018 World Championships with another silver medal at the 2017 AOZ qualifiers, Crispin is an important piece of the team's aspirations to return to the top of the podium.
After helping the team qualify for the tournament, Crispin was a member of the Gliders squad that traveled to Germany for the 2018 World Championships.