Hannah
Stevenson

Place of birthSolihull

Age26
Height5'6.5"
Weight70kg

Hannah Stevenson competed on the Europa Cup (EC) circuit in the 2018/19 season, finishing inside the top ten in four of her five races.

Hannah placed seventh in Igls in November 2018 before recording back-to-back eighth-place finishes in Winterberg and Konigssee.

Unfortunately, injury saw her 2018/19 season brought to a premature end before Christmas as she sat out the final three races after finishing 15th in Konigssee in early December.

Hannah made her international debut in November 2017 when she finished fourth in the EC season opener in Lillehammer. Her second appearance for her country was even more special as she won a bronze medal at the same track as part of a British clean sweep of the podium in Norway.

She officially joined the British Skeleton Talent Squad alongside Philippa Wellington and Stefan Squire prior to the start of the 2016 summer season, with her permanent place in the Talent Squad following a season as part of the Future Talent group in 2015/16. Like Philippa and Stefan, Hannah’s pathway into the sport came via the UK Sport Power2Podium programme in 2014. 

Previously a sprinter for Notts Athletics Club, Hannah reached several English Schools 200m finals and won a brace of bronze medals at the BUCS Championships in the 4x100m and 4x200m relays while studying at Sheffield Hallam University.

HANNAH IN HER OWN WORDS...

  • Nickname: Stevo or H-Dogg
  • Most likely to be spotted: in the gym, being clumsy, buying new trainers or eating out at a restaurant
  • Least likely to be found: on a golf course or reading
  • Me in three: life and soul
  • Heroes: my parents: they have supported me and my brother through every opportunity we have been given. If I can turn out to be half the person they are I would be very happy
  • Random fact: I was born with a white streak of hair
  • If I wasn’t a slider: I’m currently studying for a MSc in Applied Sport and Exercise Science so I’d be keen to do a PhD and become a researcher