GB Cycling Team Rider Biography
Revised January 2015

Annie Last

Current Team: Trek Factory Racing
DOB: 07.09.1990 | From: Bakewell | Based: Manchester

About Annie

Annie Last deferred her place at medical school to join British Cycling’s Olympic Academy Programme in 2009 and at London 2012 become the first British woman to start the Olympic mountain bike race in over a decade.

Progressing through the British Cycling Olympic Performance Pathway, Last recorded her best senior result at the final round of the 2012 UCI Mountain Bike Cross-Country World Cup, finishing third and backing up a two-season period of top ten finishes and two under-23 world championship silver medals.

Following the London 2012 Olympic Games, Annie was forced out of competition due to an injury sustained in early 2013. Last made her competitive return to mountain biking at round four of the British series, and at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow she finished in fourth place.

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Annie Last: Selected Career Highlights to Date


UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, Houffalize (Belgium)

Gold, Cross-country eliminator

UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, Val d'Isere (France)

Bronze, Cross-country Olympic elite women


UCI Mountain Bike World Championship, Champery (Switzerland)

Silver, Cross-country Olympic under-23

UEC Mountain Bike European Championships, Slovakia

Silver, Cross-country Olympic under-23

Muttenz Swiss Cup

Gold, Cross-country


UCI Mountain Bike World Championships, Mont Sainte Anne (Canada)

Silver, Cross-country Olympic under-23 

UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, Windham (USA)

Silver, Cross-country Olympic under-23 

UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, Val di Sole (Italy)

Bronze, Cross-country Olympic under-23

UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, Dalby Forest (UK)

Bronze, Cross-country Olympic under-23