Jaime has a degree in chemistry and Mandarin, with her early sporting achievements in rowing where she was part of the national squads for five years until 2007.

Jaime impressed in her transfer to cycling, featuring in the New Zealand team that won the silver medal in the world championship team pursuit in 2009 and bronze in 2011. She was fourth in the individual pursuit in the Commonwealth Games in Delhi and fifth in Glasgow, and also fifth in the same event at the London Olympic Games.

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Jaime's Games History

  • Olympic Summer Games Rio 2016

    • Cycling - Track (Team Pursuit - Women) Women's Team Pursuit Qualifying: 4:20:061 Q Women's Team Pursuit First Round: 4:17:592 Women's Team Pursuit Finals: 4:18:459 Placed 4 of 8
  • Commonwealth Games Glasgow 2014

    • Cycling - Road (Road Race - Women) Women's Road Race: 2:44:12 Placed 16 of 63
    • Cycling - Road (Individual Time Trial - Women) Women's Individual Time Trial: 43:29.85 Placed 4 of 31
    • Cycling - Track (3000m Individual Pursuit - Women) Qualifying: 3:34.342 Placed 5 of 19
  • Olympic Summer Games London 2012

    • Cycling - Track (Team Pursuit - Women) Qualifying: 3:20.421 Q First Round Heat 2: 3:18.514 Q Finals 5-6: 3:19.351 Placed 5 of 10
  • Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010

    • Cycling - Track (3000m Individual Pursuit - Women) Qualifying Heats 1 to 8: 3:37.607 Final: 3:39.923 Placed 4 of 13
  • Australian Youth Olympic Festival Sydney 2003