Lucy is one of the fastest swimmers in triathlon. Despite still being a junior, she made her senior debut in the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series in 2011 - and exited the water first on three occasions (Hamburg, Lausanne and Yokohama).
She is well known in France, where she races in the French Grand Prix and is named "la Sirène" or "mermaid".
Lucy competed in her first triathlon at the age of eight. She joined swimming and running clubs so that she could improve her triathlon performances and won a number of titles as well as represented Leicestershire at a national level in swimming.
She won the National Junior Aquathon when she was 13 and was selected to represent Great Britain in the European Youth Triathlon Championships in Italy, Finland and Spain where she took gold in 2006 and bronze in 2007 as part of relay teams.
She went on to secure bronze in 2009 as part of the Youth Olympics team in Sydney and gold in 2011 as part of the junior mixed relay.
Lucy was selected as part of TeamGB for the London 2012 Olympic Games in June 2012. She will compete alongside Vicky Holland and Helen Jenkins in Hyde Park on Saturday 4 August.
Lucy is a member of the UK Sport Lottery funded British Triathlon World Class Development Programme and currently studying at Loughborough College for a foundation degree in Sports Science and Management.
Lucy Hall latest in next generation of British triathletes
Lucy Hall does not think about the curious incident of the dog in the bike ride. "I've blocked it out," she says, but the story can be coaxed out of her. "It was last year, in Beijing. My first junior World Championships and, unfortunately, my last," she recalls. "I won't ever get a shot at that title again. Continue reading the main storyRead More...
Lucy Hall to represent GB at London 2012
LUCY Hall is affectionately known as ‘the mermaid’ for her ability in the water, and the former City of Coventry Swimming Club triathlete insists she is determined to make a splash at London 2012 after her surprise call up. The 20-year-old from Lutterworth was the shock inclusion in Great Britain’s triathlon squad for the Olympics, despite having just three senior level World Championship Series starts under her belt.Read More...
Rebecca Romero warns controversial triathlon pick Lucy Hall the Olympic experience will only become tougher
CONTROVERSIAL triathlon pick Lucy Hall has been warned the next month will be her toughest ever— by a history-making Olympic champion. Hall, 20, from Lutterworth, has been selected in a support role to boost the medal chances of world champion Helen Jenkins despite just three senior level World Championship Series starts. And Rebecca Romero, who won silver in rowing in Athens and gold in track cycling in Beijing, said the inexperienced Hall must learn quickly to cope with the intensity of a home Olympics.Read More...
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