Place of birthBristol


Jens Hullah competed at the World Championships and on the World Cup circuit during his debut sliding season in 2023/24.

Jens only joined the GB Bobsleigh set up in the summer of 2023 but he was sliding at the top level just two months later.

He made his World Cup bow in the 4-man in Lillehammer before featuring in the 2-man in Sigulda a few days later, finishing 17thpushing pilot Adam Baird in both events.

He earned selection in both disciplines for the showpiece event of the season - the World Championships in Winterberg in February and March - as he capped a superb maiden campaign with 23rd position in the 2-man with John Stanbridge and an 18th-place finish with Baird in the 4-man.

He ended the year placing 14th in the 4-man in Lake Placid, taking his total number of World Cup appearances to three at three different venues on two different continents.

Jens made his international debut in the Europa Cup in November 2023 when he recorded a brace of wider podium places in the 2-man with Stanbridge and those two sixth spots were followed by a further seven EC races in the space of just seven weeks.

Prior to making the switch to bobsleigh, Jens was a rower for nine years, winning medals for Great Britain at both U18 and U23 level in the mens double and men’s 8 at the European Championships. He was a British Champion no fewer than four times and he set British Universities and Concept 2 British records, as well as celebrating two race wins at the Henley Royal Regatta.

Outside of competitive sport, he has an undergraduate degree in sports coaching.


  • Nickname: Jensy or Rooney
  • Most likely to be spotted: eating cereal
  • Least likely to be found: helping someone carry the food delivery from the van to the house
  • Me in three: funny and cool
  • Heroes: Mike Tyson, Manu Tuilagi, Steve Backshall
  • Random fact: I am obsessed with sharks 
  • If I wasn’t a slider: I'd be a stuntman in films