My name is Hannah Finchamp and I’ve been racing for over half my life. I started at 9 years old, racing on a bike more than half my weight. Eleven years later I received my professional license in triathlon and mountain biking.
After winning the XTERRA Amateur World Championship in triathlon, I joined the LUNA Pro Team. And after winning the amateur title a second time, my sights became fixed on the bike. I have worked up the ranks starting as the two-time high school state champion on the mountain bike, I have podiumed at the pan-american championship for cyclocross, and capped off the 2015 mountain bike season as the collegiate national champion. I look forward to a career that continues to test my limits on the ever growing stage of national championships and world cup competitions.
Currently, I am a student at Lindenwood University and compete on the cycling team. I am double majoring in Athletic Training and Exercise Science. While I thoroughly love my major and greatly cherish my college experience, I plan to put my athletic training career on hold when I graduate in 2018. I will follow my dream of racing and representing LUNA and the USA around the world; drawing on the knowledge and experience that God has blessed me with.