Sarah Storey

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Sarah Storey

British road and track racing cyclist and former swimmer, multiple gold medal winner at the Paralympic Games in both sports, and twice British national track champion add

Category: Cycling

Born in 1977.

Countries: United Kingdom (50%), England (25%), Britain (25%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: University of Manchester, Yvonne McGregor

Linked to: University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, Press Association




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Sarah Storey was born in 1977 add something


Storey was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire in the 1998 New Year Honours add something


She continued swimming in the next three Paralympic Games before switching to cycling in 2005 add something


Storey competes against non-disabled athletes and won the 3 km national track pursuit championship in 2008, eight days after taking the Paralympic title, and defended her title in 2009 add something


Storey was a nominee for the 2008 ://www add something


Storey qualified to join the England team for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, where she was "the first disabled cyclist to compete for England at the Commonwealth Games", against non-disabled cyclists add something


In 2011, Storey competed for one of the three places in the GB squad for the women's team pursuit at the 2012 Olympic Games add something


In 2012, she was awarded an honorary degree by the University of Manchester add something


London's 2012 Paralympics Games saw Storey win Britain's first gold medal, in the women's individual C5 pursuit add something


On the 30th June 2013, Storey had a baby daughter called Louisa Marie add something


Storey has signed a contract to ride for the Madison Boot Out Breast Cancer cycling team for 2014 add something


Storey attempted to break the world hour record at the Lee Valley VeloPark in London on 28 February 2015 add something


Yvonne McGregor - This remained the British record until Sarah Storey surpassed it in 2015


In April 2017, it was announced that Storey was expecting her second child add something