Anna Blyth

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Anna Blyth
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Personal information
Full name Anna Elizabeth Blyth
Born (1988-05-15) May 15, 1988 (age 28)
Leeds, England, United Kingdom
Team information
Discipline Track
Role Rider
Rider type Keirin
Amateur team(s)
2008 VC St Raphael
Major wins
Junior Keirin World Champion

Anna Blyth (born 15 May 1988)[1] is an English racing cyclist from Leeds. She began racing at 15, having been spotted by British Cycling at Benton Park. She joined the World Class Start Programme, becoming a member of the Olympic Development Plan and the Olympic Academy.[2]

Palmarès[edit]

2005
2nd Sprint, UCI World Track Championship, Austria - Junior
3rd Keirin, UCI World Track Championship, Austria - Junior
1st United Kingdom 500m TT, British National Track Championships - Junior
1st United Kingdom Sprint, British National Track Championships - Junior
2006
3rd 500m TT, European Track Championships, Germany - Under 23
1st Keirin, UCI World Track Championships, Belgium - Junior
2nd Sprint, UCI World Track Championships, Belgium - Junior
2nd 500m TT, British National Track Championships - Senior
2nd Sprint, British National Track Championships - Senior
2nd Keirin, British National Track Championships - Senior
1st United Kingdom Scratch race, British National Track Championships - Junior
1st United Kingdom 500m TT, British National Track Championships - Junior
1st United Kingdom Sprint, British National Track Championships - Junior
2007
1st Keirin, European Track Championships, Germany - Under 23
2nd 500m TT, British National Track Championships
2nd Sprint, British National Track Championships
2nd Keirin, British National Track Championships
3rd 500m TT, UCI Track World Cup, Round 4, Manchester
2nd Team sprint, UCI Track World Cup, Round 4, Manchester
4th Keirin, UCI Track Cycling World Championships
2008
1st United Kingdom 500m TT, British National Track Championships
1st United Kingdom Team Sprint (with Victoria Pendleton), British National Track Championships
2009
1st Scratch race, European Track Championships, Under 23
2010
3rd Scratch, Commonwealth Games New Delhi

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Anna Blyth Bio". British Cycling. 
  2. ^ "Cycling in schools - for and against". Cycling Weekly. 17 January 2008. 

External links[edit]

Sporting positions
Preceded by
  (GER)
European Track Champion U23 (keirin)
2007
Succeeded by
 Miriam Welte (GER)
Preceded by
 Ellen van Dijk (NED)
&
 Elizabeth Armitstead (GBR)
European Track Champion U23 (scratch race)
2009
Succeeded by
Renata Dabrowska