I started triathlon at the age of 15. At the age of 17 I represented Great Britain for the first time at an elite level at the European youth relay championships. I then made it onto the British triathlon talent pathway, leading to many opportunities competing in many European cups at junior and senior elite level. I also raced for TC Lievin in France which gave me the opportunity to compete alongside the best in the world.
I studied sport science at university whilst training full time. During this period I got my best results including 5th at the world elite duathlon championships and finishing 3rd in London triathlon.
I have now retired from elite competition and I am following my passion coaching and helping triathletes achieve their goals.
5th world U23 elite duathlon champs
I started triathlon in 2015 when I was 16. It started out as fun but I quickly got addicted and triathlon became my life!
From taking part in local races in my teens I soon found myself competing internationally for Belgium in european cups from age 19 as well as racing for an Italian and Dutch team in their leagues.
During this time I was a student at The University of Nottingham studying Aerospace Engineering. I graduated in 2019 and am enjoying testing my limits by entering new challenges like ultra marathons.
1st Brighton sprint tri
Lucy is a registered Sport & Exercise Nutritionist (SENr) with experience of working with a range of athletes, including Cyclists, Triathletes and Rock Climbers.
Currently lecturing at Leeds Beckett University while undertaking a PhD in Sport & Exercise Nutrition. Lucy also works with Leeds Rhinos Rugby League club, and in the past regularly consulted for Yorkshire National netball performance pathway and Leeds Rhinos Netball.