- 12th - 2012 BMX World Championships (Birmingham, Great Britain)
- 15th - 2012 BMX Supercross #3 (Papendal, The Netherlands)
- 20th - 2012 BMX Supercross #2 (Randaberg, Norway)
- 2nd - 2012 Australian BMX Championships (Mt Gambier, Australia)
- 2nd - 2011 Australian Championships (Cairns, Australia)
- 11th - 2011 BMX World Championships (Copenhagen, Denmark)
- 3rd - 2011 BMX Supercross #3 (London, Great Britain)
- Winning silver at the 2010 Supercross World Cup round 4 in France
- Top 10 world ranking 2009 and 2010
- World Junior Champion in 2003
- Lauren Reynolds will make her Olympic debut in London after securing the second place on offer for Australia's women in a tough fought battle with teammate Melinda McLeod. At the time of Olympic selections, Reynolds was ranked number 5 in the world, one place ahead of McLeod.
- Reynolds claimed bronze in the final of the rain-affected BMX test event for the 2012 London Olympics. She also took out second place in the time trial.
- At the 2011 BMX World Championships, Reynolds was the highest finishing Australian athlete, placing 11th. At the end of 2011, Reynolds was Australia's top-ranked female BMX rider, with Melinda McLeod and Caroline Buchanan also placing in the top 10.
- In 2003, Reynolds was crowned the World Junior BMX Champion after taking out the title in front of a home crowd in Perth.
Years on national team
Wade Bootes (2009 - current)
Tony Hancox (2006 - 2008)
Primary Training Base
Gold Coast, Australia
Secondary Training Base
Bunbury BMX Club (WA, Australia)
Institute/AcademyWestern Australian Institute of Sport, Perth
Queensland Academy of Sport, Brisbane
Leschenault Catholic Primary School (WA, Australia)
Bunbury Catholic College (WA, Australia)