About Dame Sarah:
With huge experience in a range of racing, Sarah is a reliable and strong rider to have in any team, quick thinking and able to play the support role as well as be a team leader. Having competed in 7 Paralympic Games (3 in cycling as Sarah was previously a swimmer), Sarah is now Great Britain’s longest serving athlete. Having given birth to her second child in October 2017, Sarah announced her return to international competition with a dominant display to win two gold at the 2018 Paracycling Road World Championships and since then at the 2019 Track World Championships Sarah won 2 gold and a silver, along with securing victory in the Omnium test event and briefly holding the Flying 200m Time Trial world record before it was broken two minutes later. In September 2019 Sarah secured another double victory at the 2019 Road World Championships, before a dominant display at the Yorkshire 2019 Paracycling International event finishing in Harrogate.
So far in 2020, Sarah started the year with 3 golds and a bronze medal at the 2020 Track World Championships which further demonstrated her preparedness for the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games, which is now rescheduled for August 2021.