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Hannah Angell (née Kitchen). Ex Elite Triathlete
  • 2000: First triathlon age 11 at the Hatch End Triathlon

  • Hatch End-Harrow Triathlon every year from 2000-2010 and in 2013 & 2014

  • 2005: Joined my local running club Watford Harriers and Jetstream Tri Club

  • 2005 and 2006: Won the London Region Youth Triathlon Series 

  • 2005 and 2006: Represented the London Region at the National Inter-Regional Champs

  • 2007 and 2008: Raced at a junior elite level

  • 2009: Started Age Group triathlon racing

  • 2010: First spot on the GB Age Group team for the European Sprint Triathlon Champs in Athlone, Ireland

  • 2010-2013: Represented the GB Age Group Team for three consecutive years

  • 2012: Won gold to became European 20-24 AG Sprint Triathlon Champion in Israel

  • Racing for the GB Age Group team has taken me all over the world to Ireland, Hungary, Spain, Israel, New Zealand and Canada.

  • 2011 and 2012: Awarded Oxford Brookes University Sportswoman of the Year for two consecutive years

  • 2013: Started being coached by Richard Stannard in July (until September 2017)

  • 2013: Selected to represent GB at an elite level competing in the U23 ITU World Aquathlon Championships in Hyde Park - finished 4th

  • 2013: Started training with a swimming club for the first time ever (Hillingdon SC)

  • 2014: Made the decision to juggle full-time training with part-time work as an Osteopath.

  • 2014: First season competing at an elite level - finished with a silver and bronze from the European and World Aquathlon Champs. Finished 7th overall in the British Super Series.

  • 2015: Went one better to take Gold at the European Aquathlon Championships. Finished 6th overall in the British Super Series.

  • 2016: finished on the podium at Blenheim, Hever Castle, Eastbourne and Majorca Triathlons. Won Bronze at the European Aquathlon Champs and raced all of the French Grand Prix Series

  • 2017: Gold at the European Aquathlon Championships, 4th and 5th at British Duathlon and Triathlon Champs. Highest position in a French Grand Prix with 24th at Quiberon

  • 2018: Coached by Ken Buckley (cycling) 2018-2021. My best result in a European Cup (10th), silver medal at the World Aquathlon Champs and my first British Champs medal with a bronze at Cardiff. Finished 2018 ranked number 1 in the world for Aquathlon

  • 2019: Selected to represent Team GB at the inaugural World Beach Games in Doha for Aquathlon

  • 2020: Coached by Kyle Bennett (running) 2020-2021. COVID disrupted season - only one race: Olympic distance at Hever Castle Triathlon, bronze medal

  • 2021: Following one French Grand Prix race and two British Super Series races I made the decision to retire from elite triathlon having raced at this level for the past 8 years

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