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Olympic Information

    Debut

Recent Performances

  • 24th (20km walk) - 2012 IAAF World Race Walking Cup (Saransk, Russia)
  • 2nd (20km walk) - 2012 Oceania & Australian Racewalking Championships (Hobart, Australia)
  • 15th (20km walk) - 2011 World Championships (Daegu, Korea)

Career Highlights

  • Coming eighth at the 2010 World Junior Athletics Championships in Moncton, Canada

Interesting Facts

  • Regan Lamble's breakthrough came in April 2011 when she clocked an A qualifier for the World Championships at the IAAF Race Walking Challenge Meet in Taicang, China. The talented youngster made her World Championship debut at just 19 and finished 15th (1:33.38).
  • Lamble's star qualities were noticed when she finished second to Claire Tallent at Nationals in December 2010. The result was impressive for a teenager contesting just her second senior 20km race.
  • Since finishing high school in 2009 Lamble has lived in Canberra on an AIS scholarship. She trains alongside Olympic and World Championship medallists Jared Tallent and Nathan Deakes.

Sport

Years on national team

5

Coach

Brent Vallance

Primary Training Base

Canberra, Australia

Secondary Training Base

Melbourne, Australia

Club

Nunawading Athletics Club (Melbourne, Australia)

Institute/Academy

Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra

Education

Primary

Laburnum Primary School (VIC, Australia)

Secondary

Strathcona Girls Grammar (VIC, Australia)

Tertiary

Bachelor of Graphic Design - University of Canberra (2011 - )


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