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|Competitor for Great Britain|
|Bronze||2013 Moscow||4x100 m relay|
Annabelle Lewis (born 20 March 1989) is a female British sprinter.
Lewis is a member of Kingston upon Hull A.C. (KUHAC) and has competed in National Championships as a Hull representative. She went to the 2013 World Championships and competed in the 4x100m relay. Annabelle has competed competitively since 1999 when she was an U11 athlete - and currently, the highest rank she has ever been on the Power of 10 is 3rd for the 60m in 2013. She is as of July 2013, the 21st fastest British runner to have ever ran the 60m. She competes abroad regularly now, and is trained by Roger Walters, known by some as the trainer for Sara McGreavy who was an annually top 10 100m hurdler from 2005-2011. She is an experienced athlete, having been invited to participate in the National Championship every year since her debut in 2006 as a 200m runner. She is now invited regularly for the 100m instead, due to her performing better in this event in 2007 and prioritising the shorter sprint.
In 2013, she succeeded in achieving the UKA World Championships B standard. However this wasn't enough to get the nod for the individual 100m metres. She was just 0.08 seconds off securing an automatic spot with a time of 11.36, but she has an encouraging future having knocked 0.34 seconds off her personal best since May 2012.
|Event||Personal Best||UK ranking|
|60m||7.31 secs||3rd in 2013|
|100m||11.36 secs||5th in 2013|
|200m||23.90 secs||20th in 2012|
|400m||58.1 secs||30th in 2006 (U20)|