Lucy Martin

Lucy Martin (born 5 May 1990) is a British retired professional road and track cyclist.

Lucy Martin
Lucy Martin - Women's Tour of Thuringia 2012 (aka).jpg
Martin in the time trial stage of the 2012 Women's Tour of Thuringia
Personal information
Born (1990-05-05) 5 May 1990 (age 30)
Whiston, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom
Team information
Current teamRetired
DisciplineRoad and track
RoleRider
Amateur team
2008–2010100% ME
Professional teams
2011Garmin-Cervélo
2012AA Drink–leontien.nl
2013Boels Dolmans
2014Estado de Mexico Faren
2015Matrix Fitness Pro Cycling

Martin was born in Whiston, Merseyside and grew up in Widnes, Cheshire where she attended Riverside College.[1][2] She was spotted by British Cycling's Olympic Talent Team at the age of 15, and later moved on to their under-23 Olympic Academy Programme, which rode as 'Team 100% ME'.[3]

In 2011, Martin was signed by the Garmin-Cervélo women's team as one of four British riders. Following the disbandment of that team, she was one of six of their riders, including all four British riders, picked up by AA Drink–leontien.nl for the 2012 season.[4]

She competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the Women's road race.

In August 2015 Martin announced her immediate retirement from competition.[5] She subsequently joined Mitchelton–Scott from 2016, working on the team's digital content and PR.[6]

Career highlightsEdit

Source:[7]

2008
2010
2011

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Team England Announce Riders for Games". British Cycling. 26 August 2010.
  2. ^ Bergin, David (30 June 2011). "Cycling: Widnes star Lucy Martin impresses at British Championships". Runcorn and Widnes Weekly News.
  3. ^ "Lucy Martin: Rider Profile". Cycling Weekly. 1 February 2011.
  4. ^ McGrath, Andy (12 January 2012). "Pooley, Armitstead and friends join AA Drink". Cycling Weekly.
  5. ^ Bull, Nick (28 August 2015). "British Olympian Lucy Martin announces her retirement from cycling". Cycling Weekly. Retrieved 28 August 2015.
  6. ^ "Lucy Martin". LinkedIn. Retrieved 30 April 2016.
  7. ^ Lucy Martin at Cycling Archives