Hannah Barnes

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Hannah Barnes
2015 Women's Tour - 121 Hannah Barnes best young rider.JPG
Best Young Rider, The 2015 Women's Tour
Personal information
Full name Hannah Barnes
Born (1993-05-04) 4 May 1993 (age 25)
Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
Team information
Current team Canyon–SRAM
Discipline Road and Track
Role Rider
Amateur team(s)
2003–2006 Team Keyne
2007 Palmer Park Velo
Professional team(s)
2008–2009 Node4 - Giordana Racing
2010–2011 Motorpoint
2012 Team Ibis Cycles
2013 MG Maxifuel
2014–2015 UnitedHealthcare Women’s Team
2016– Canyon–SRAM
Major wins

One-day races and Classics

National Road Race Championships (2016)
National Time Trial Championships (2018)

Hannah Barnes (born 4 May 1993) is a British racing cyclist. She raced for MG Maxifuel Pro Cycling in 2013 and joined UnitedHealthcare for 2014. She is the sister of fellow racing cyclist Alice Barnes.[1]

Early life and amateur career[edit]

Born in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Barnes grew up in Bladon, Oxfordshire and later moved to Towcester, Northamptonshire. Barnes began cycling with Milton Keynes based Team Keyne at the age of 10, before joining Palmer Park Velo in Reading after she was spotted and invited to join British Cycling's Talent Team.[2] Barnes was the under 14 omnium National Champion, notably a title held the previous year by Laura Trott, and the following year by Lucy Garner. A handful of national titles followed as an under 16 rider on the track, and again as a junior, when she also added the junior British National Time Trial Championships to her palmarès. As a junior rider, she also won the senior women's British National Circuit Race Championships in 2010 and 2011.

Barnes represented England at the 2011 Commonwealth Youth Games, held on the Isle of Man. In 2012, she rode for the UCI Women's Team Team Ibis Cycles.

On 8 June 2013, Barnes won the Elite Women's Criterium at the 7th edition of the IG London Nocturne. Originally she had been demoted to second place, behind Laura Trott, for her victory celebration which was deemed to be dangerous riding,[3] but this decision was later reversed.[4][5]

In November 2013 it was announced that Barnes would be racing for the new UnitedHealthcare women's cycling team in 2014.[6] In November 2015 she was announced as part of the Canyon-SRAM team's inaugural squad for the 2016 season.[7]

Major results[edit]

Source:[8]

2008
1st Blackpool Grand Prix Des Dames
2009
1st London Nocturne
1st Leicestershire cyclo-cross
2nd Madison (with Corrine Hall), National Track Championships
2010
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG National Criterium Championships
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG Madison, (with Hannah Walker), National Track Championships
National Junior Track Championships
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG Scratch race
2nd Individual pursuit
3rd Individual sprint
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG National Junior Cyclo-cross Championships
1st London Nocturne
1st Twickenham CC Ladies Race
1st Dumfries BikeFest Women's Criterium
1st Stratford-upon-Avon Team Series
1st Oakley Team Series
1st City of Preston Circuit Races
2011
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG National Criterium Championships
National Junior Track Championships
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG Scratch race
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG Points race
Commonwealth Youth Games
1st Criterium
1st Time trial
1st Team road race (with Lucy Garner & Harriet Owen)
3rd Road race
1st London Nocturne
1st CDNW Women's Road Race
1st Jersey Road Race
1st Peterborough Johnsons Healthtech Tour Series
1st City of Preston Circuit Races
National Track Championships
2nd Team pursuit (with Lucy Garner & Harriet Owen)
2nd Madison (with Hannah Walker)
3rd Individual pursuit
2012
1st London Nocturne
1st Stage 3 Essex Giro
3rd Madison (with Eileen Roe), National Track Championships
2013
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG National Criterium Championships
1st London Nocturne
1st Jersey white.svg Overall Johnsons Healthtech Tour Series
1st Jersey black.svg Sprint classification
1st Woking
1st Redditch
1st Colchester
1st Eagle RC Good Friday Circuit Race
1st Curlew Cup Road Race, British National Series
1st Oakley Team Series
1st Ryedale GP
2nd Overall City of Perth Grand Prix
1st Stage 3
2014
1st Stage 1 Tour Femenino de San Luis
1st Blue Dome Criterium
1st Brady Arts District Criterium
1st Charlotte Criterium
1st Gateway Cup
2015
1st Gran Prix San Luis Femenino
Tour Femenino de San Luis
1st Jersey yellow.svg Young rider classification
1st Stages 1 & 2
The Women's Tour
1st Jersey white.svg Young rider classification
1st Stage 5
1st Sunny King Criterium
1st Charlotte Criterium
1st Novant Health Invitational Criterium
2016
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG Road race, National Road Championships
2nd Silver medal blank.svg Team time trial, UCI Road World Championships
2017
1st Stage 3 Giro Rosa
National Road Championships
2nd Time trial
3rd Road race
3rd Overall The Women's Tour
1st Jersey light blue.svg British rider classification
2018
1st Gold medal blank.svg Team time trial, UCI Road World Championships
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG Time trial, National Road Championships
1st Jersey orange.svg Overall Semana Ciclista Valenciana
1st Stages 1 & 4

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gosling, Francesca (3 August 2014). "Northamptonshire's Hannah Barnes gets ready for Commonwealth Games cycle race". Northampton Chronicle & Echo. Retrieved 11 October 2014.
  2. ^ Hannah Barnes. "How did you get started in cycling". MG Maxifuel. Archived from the original on 20 December 2013. Retrieved 13 June 2013.
  3. ^ "Laura Trott wins women's elite race at London Nocturne". BBC Sport. 9 June 2013. Retrieved 18 June 2013.
  4. ^ "Hannah Barnes reinstated as winner of London Nocturne". BBC Sport. 15 June 2013. Retrieved 18 June 2013.
  5. ^ "Elite Women's Criterium: Hannah Barnes Confirmed As Winner". London Nocturne. 15 June 2013. Retrieved 18 June 2013.
  6. ^ Bull, Nick (13 November 2013). "Sharon Laws and Hannah Barnes join UnitedHealthcare for 2014". Cycling Weekly. Retrieved 16 November 2013.
  7. ^ "New Canyon//SRAM women's team presented in London". cyclingnews.com. 20 November 2015. Retrieved 20 November 2015.
  8. ^ Hannah Barnes at Cycling Archives. Retrieved 13 June 2013.

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