Emma Trott

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Emma Trott
Boels Dolmans Cycling Team 2014 cropped.jpg
Trott in 2014 (top centre)
Personal information
Full nameEmma Trott
Born (1989-12-24) 24 December 1989 (age 30)
Welwyn Garden City, England, United Kingdom
Height1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)
Team information
Amateur teams
2005–2005Welwyn Wheelers
2006–2007VC Londres
Professional teams
2008Team Halfords Bikehut
2009Hako Weijers Movingladies (EUR-team)
2010Moving Ladies
2011Nederland Bloeit
2012–2014Boels Dolmans Cycling Team

Emma Trott (born 24 December 1989)[1] is a retired English racing cyclist from Cheshunt, currently based in Christchurch, New Zealand.[2] She rode for the Dutch women's professional team Dolmans-Boels from the 2012 to the 2014 season.

On 10 May 2014, Trott announced she would retire from road racing after the final stage of the Friends Life Women’s Tour the following day.[3] She became a personal trainer and cycling coach in New Zealand before returning to the UK to join the coaching team for British Cycling's women's academy programme from November 2018.[4]

She is the older sister of fellow cyclist and Olympic Gold medalist Laura Trott,[5]


3rd British National Circuit Race Championships - under 16
1st British National Road Race Championships - Junior
3rd Individual Pursuit, British National Track Championships - Junior
3rd British National Road Race Championships - Junior
2008 – Team Halfords Bikehut 2008 season
3rd U23 British National Road Race Championships
2nd Individual Pursuit, British National Track Championships
3rd RTTC National 10 Mile Time Trial Championships
6th Overall Tour de Feminin - O cenu Ceskeho Svycarska
1st Stage 2
1st Stage 3 (ITT) Gracia-Orlová
1st Scratch Race, European Track Championships - under 23
2013 – Boels Dolmans Cycling Team 2013 season
2014 – Boels Dolmans Cycling Team 2014 season


  1. ^ "Halfords Womens Team Profiles". British Cycling. Archived from the original on 7 October 2008.
  2. ^ Wright, Ed (14 June 2016). "Introducing Flamme Rouge Fitness with Emma Trott". Retrieved 20 August 2016.
  3. ^ Emma Trott announces her retirement after home stage of Women's Tour - Cycling Weekly
  4. ^ "British Cycling appoints two new endurance academy coaches". British Cycling. 21 September 2018.
  5. ^ Hemmings, Mark (21 October 2010). "Trott sisters look back on Commonwealth Games experience". Welwyn Hatfield Times. Retrieved 25 December 2011.

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