Lauren Ellis (born 19 April 1989) is a New Zealand track cyclist.
|Born||19 April 1989 (age 30)|
Ashburton, New Zealand
Ellis rode the team pursuit at the 2008–2009 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics in Beijing with Kaytee Boyd and Alison Shanks, in a time of 3:28.044, becoming the fastest qualifiers. They went on to take the gold medal in a time of 3:24.421, setting the second fastest time in the world behind the 3:22.425 world record set by Great Britain at Manchester in 2008.
At the 2016 Summer Olympics, she rode the Women's team pursuit and Omnium. The New Zealand team placed 4th and set the current national record of 4:17.592 during the first round. Ellis also placed 4th in the Omnium.
- 3rd Team Pursuit World Championships
- 2nd Points Race World Championships
- 2nd Points Race 2010 Commonwealth Games
- 3rd World Cup Team pursuit, Melbourne
- 1st National Time Trial Championships
- 1st Omnium, Invercargill
- 1st Points Race, National Championships
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