102. Meet LUCY HEMPSTEAD: Eating Disorder to Guinness World Record holder and Elite Cyclist
In this episode you will learn: Meet Lucy Hempstead. Learn how she developed an eating disorder as a runner through HS, now Elite Cyclist beat anxiety and depression, became a Guinness World Record holder, and has her eye on the olympics.
Lucy Hempstead 20 years old runner turned cyclist, beat Anxiety, depression, and an eating disorder.
Recruited through RBC talent identification recruitment.
Cycle with team Toronto hustle. Broke the world record for most kilometers cycled in 24 hours for 812 kilometers
The 2024 Olympic cycling hopeful hopped on a bike Friday at 6 p.m. and finished her quest at 6 p.m. Saturday, getting more than 100 km beyond the 680 km (finishing with 812) needed to break the Guinness Book of World Records benchmark for the greatest simulated distance on a static cycle in 24 hours by a woman. She was riding on the Zwift virtual cycling program.
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