Jade Jones-Hall

Jade Jones made her international paratriathlon debut in Japan May 2017 and won the ETU European title a month later in Kitzbuhel. She comes from a track athletics background and decided to try triathlon having already competed at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Paralympic Games for Paralympics GB. She is the Commonwealth Champion, having won the Gold Coast 2018 Paratriathlon event.

Jade competes in the PTWC category, meaning that she completes the bike section using a hand bike and the run using a racing chair. She was born without a right femur. She is coached by Dr. Ian Thompson and is based in the north east, where she also attended University Law School (graduated 2018). 

Jade enjoyed a number of successes in 2019 with victories at the Yokohama ITU World Paratriathlon Series and the Great Britain Paratriathlon National Championships. Jade also won bronze at the Groupe Copley World Paratriathlon Series Montreal in June.

Jade decided to try triathlon after seeing the sport debut at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. Seeing Andy Lewis win Paralympic gold encouraged her to try something new. Having already used a hand bike for cross training, the key challenege was to work on her swimming.

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