Hannah Campbell-Pegg

Luger, Olympic athlete

1982 –


Who is Hannah Campbell-Pegg?

Hannah Campbell-Pegg is an Australian Luge athlete who has competed since 2004. Competing in two Winter Olympics, she finished 23rd in the women's singles event twice 2006, 2010. Campbell-Pegg qualified with little experience in the sport for the 2006 Winter Olympic Games becoming Australia's 3rd athlete to ever do so behind Diane Ogle (1992 Winter Olympic Games Albertville, France) and Roger White (1994 Winter Olympic Games Lillehammer, Norway). She went to Abbotsleigh an Anglican school for girls (day and boarding) and this was where she really started to shine.

Campbell-Pegg first started her International Sporting career in the Australian Women's Bobsleigh Team in 2002, achieving Bronze in America Cup, Calgary in 2002.

Campbell-Pegg also finished 27th in the women's singles event at the 2008 FIL World Luge Championships in Oberhof, Germany.

Campbell-Pegg lives and trains in Sydney, Australia.

Campbell-Pegg finished 20th in the 2009 Luge World Championships in Lake Placid, USA.

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Jun 24, 1982
Also known as
  • Кэмпбелл-Пегг, Ханна
  • Anglo-Australian
  • Australia
Lived in
  • Sydney

on July 23, 2013


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