Hannah Diamond

Home CountryGreat Britain
HometownHamble, United Kingdom

Career Highlights

  • Winner - First leg of the 2017/2018 Volvo Ocean Race
  • 2nd place - Double Handed Class - Rolex Fastnet 2019
  • SailGP GBR women Pathway Programme 2021/22
  • World Championship Medalist - Nacra 17

Hannah grew up in Warsash, on the south coast of England, learning at sail at age 6 in optimists. Hannah’s first international competition was at age of 12, where she represented GB at the European and World Championships and won the Female Youth European Championships in the double handed 29er class. Hannah then quickly progressed to the single-handed Radial, making her first Senior Olympic class debut at age 19.

For the 2016 Olympic Games, Hannah led a campaign in the mixed Nacra 17 class, taking home Silver at the World Championship and many other international medals ahead of the games. After unfortunately missing out on selection for the Olympic Games, Diamond moved to Ocean Racing.

Hannah competed with Vestas 11th Hour Racing for the 2017/2018 Volvo Ocean Race, winning the first leg, and continuing to make a dominant performance for the rest of the race. In 2019, Hannah and teammate finished second in the Rolex Fastnet in the Double Handed Class category.

Hannah got into SailGP through the female trialists programme with the Great Britain SailGP Team in Plymouth, 2021. Hannah joined the team for the remaining events of Season 2, including being on the F50 in Aarhus, Denmark, when GBR broke the speed record at 98.26 km/hr.

Hannah loves all sports, enjoys spending time outdoors, and coaching sailing in her spare time.