|Full name||Ellen Hunter|
12 February 1968 |
|Role||Pilot for visually impaired|
Hunter and McGlynn broke the flying 200m women's tandem World record in April 2004.
At the 2006 IPC Track Cycling World Championships in Aigle, Switzerland, Ellen Hunter piloted Aileen McGlynn to win gold in the Tamdem Kilo (VI), setting a world record of 1:10.795 in the process and winning a Rainbow Jersey for Wales, they ranked 17th among 33 male competitors.
Hunter and McGlynn, coached by Barney Storey, once again broke the World Record at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Manchester, in a time of 1:10.381, but despite this, failed to gain a podium position. She lives with her husband and two children in Penryn, Cornwall.
- 1st Women's Tandem Kilo (B 1-3), 2004 Summer Paralympics
- 2nd Women's Tandem Sprint (B 1-3), 2004 Summer Paralympics
- 1st Tandem sprint, VISA Paralympic World Cup (B/VI female)
- 4th British National Tandem Sprint Championships (with Joby Ingram-Dodd)
- "CUNDY AIMS TO DEFEND WORLD TITLE AHEAD OF BEIJING". Sports Council Wales.[permanent dead link]
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- "Colin Jackson's Raise your game: No pain-no gain: Ellen Hunter". BBC Cymru Wales website. BBC. 2010. Retrieved 2 December 2010.
- "Medals galore for GB cyclists at Visa Paralympic World Cup". Paralympics GB. May 2007. Archived from the original on 2011-06-09.
- "Storey claims record-breaking win". BBC Sport. 27 March 2008.
- "No. 58929". The London Gazette (Supplement). 31 December 2008. p. 10.
- "Great Britain's Aileen McGlynn and Ellen Hunter win the tandem sprint final, B/VI female - Photo". Yahoo! Eurosport. 11 May 2007.