Laura Kenny Parents – Dame Laura Rebecca Kenny, Lady Kenny DBE OLY is a British track and road cyclist Laura Kenny Parents names are Adrian Trott (Father) and Glenda Trott (Mother). She is specialises in track endurance events, specifically the team pursuit, omnium, scratch race, elimination race and madison disciplines.
Laura Kenny Biography
|Real Name||Laura Kenny|
|Birth Date||24 April 1992|
|Age (as of 2022)||30 years|
|Birth Place||Harlow, United Kingdom|
|School Name||Local Private School|
|College Name||State University|
Laura Kenny Parents
Laura Kenny Parents name are Adrian Trott ( Father) and Glenda Trott ( Mother).She has one sister named Emma Trott, who is a former British Road Racing Cyclist. She began in the sport together with her sister when they rode alongside their mother who had taken up cycling in order to lose weight.
|Father Name||Adrian Trott|
|Mother Name||Glenda Trott|
|Siblings Name||Emma Trott|
Laura Kenny Family, Early Life & Wiki
Kenny was born a month prematurely with a collapsed lung in Harlow, Essex, and was later diagnosed with asthma. Doctors advised her to participate in sports in order to regulate her breathing. She used to enjoy and compete in trampolining but had to give it up due to respiratory problems. She grew up in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, and went to Turnford School. Her older sister Emma Trott is a former road racing cyclist. She is a Tottenham Hotspur F.C. fan. She began cycling with her sister when they rode alongside their mother, who had taken up cycling to lose weight.
Laura Kenny Husband
She has never shared her personal life on social media that’s why we are not sure about her marital status she is married or not. We don’t have much information about She has any past relationship and any previous engaged. She is not dating anyone. According to our Database, She has no children.
|Husband / Partner Name||Jason Kenny (m. 2016)|
|Children||Albert Louie Kenny|
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Laura Kenny Professional Career
Laura Kenny won two junior titles at the British National Track Championships in 2009 and 2010, and finished third in the individual pursuit at the latter to earn a spot on the 2010 European Track Championships team pursuit squad at the age of 18. After winning gold at the Euros, she went on to win her first world title at the 2011 championships, again as part of the team pursuit squad.
Kenny joined Team Ibis Cycles for the 2012 road season, though she only raced in five races. In 2013, she increased her road racing commitments with new team Wiggle Honda. Her best result was a second place at the British National Road Race Championships, which earned her the under-23 title, though her road racing was intended to supplement rather than replace her track preparation.
Kenny won World and European team pursuit gold medals in 2013 and 2014, as well as the European ominium title and World ominium silver in both years. She entered the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow with a kidney infection and finished well down the field in the scratch race and individual pursuit. As the Games progressed, she won a gold medal for England, in the points race.
Trott was a favorite for the omnium and hoped for a medal in the team pursuit at the 2016 Olympics. In the team pursuit, Great Britain won gold, setting world records in the qualification and final of the tournament, and defeating the American world champions in the final.
Trott became the first British woman to win three gold medals, though her achievement was matched the next day by Charlotte Dujardin. In the Ominium, Trott dominated from the start and finished in the top two in five of the six events, taking a comfortable gold medal and becoming Britain’s most successful female Olympian once again.
Kenny and Katie Archibald subsequently went on to become the first Olympic champions in the women’s Madison with a dominant performance, winning 10 of the race’s 12 sprints and gaining Kenny became the first British woman to win gold medals in three consecutive Olympics, the most successful female cyclist in Olympic history, surpassing Leontien van Moorsel, and tying her with Charlotte Dujardin for the most Olympic medals won by a British female athlete.
Kenny’s medal hopes in the omnium were dashed in the first scratch race when she was involved in a multi-rider crash on the penultimate lap. She then won the tempo race but finished 13th in the elimination race. After the final points race, she rose from ninth to sixth in the overall standings. Kenny was later chosen as the flag bearer for the British team at the Games’ closing ceremony.