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Lauren made her Paralympic debut in Swimming at Beijing when she was just 15 years old.
Lauren made her Paralympic debut in Swimming at Beijing when she was just 15 years old. On her second Games appearance at London 2012, Lauren qualified for the final of both the 100m freestyle S9 and the 400m freestyle S9.
Her background in swimming provides a significant strength in triathlon, which made its debut on the Paralympic programme at Rio 2016. She has been hugely successful since her transition from swimming into triathlon in 2011. Lauren has been crowned World Champion on three occasions (2014, 2015, 2018) and is a seven-time European Champion (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017).
She is originally from Peterborough but is currently based in Portsmouth having completed a degree in Psychology at Portsmouth University. Lauren gained a First Class Degree when she graduated in 2014 and in 2017 she completed an MSc Business and Management, in which she achieved a distinction. She became a household name when she appeared on Strictly Come Dancing in 2018 reaching the semi-finals.
What I love for Breakfast
After a hard morning workout, any athlete needs to refuel. Here we find out what Lauren Steadman loves to eat for breakfast. Take a peek!
My strength and conditioning routine
We wanted to know what a Paralympian's training involved, so we asked Lauren to share with us her strength and conditioning routine. Fancy giving it a go?
Let’s move and get active! Fancy working out with a Paralympian? Got 20 minutes? Now is your chance!! Choose from working out with Will Bayley, Lauren Steadman, Alice Tai, Stef Reid or Ellie Simmonds and prepare to get sweaty! All workouts are saved in our IGTVLive workouts on IGTV
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