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|Born||12 October 1967|
Loreen Doloris Hall (born 12 October 1967) is an English former sprinter. She won a bronze medal in the 4 × 400 metres relay at the 1985 European Junior Championships, and went on to represent Great Britain in the women's 400 metres at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.
Born in Nottingham, Hall ran 53.08 secs for 400 metres as a 16-year-old at a Junior international in July 1984. She won an English Schools 200m title in 1984, and a AAA Junior Indoor 400m title in 1985, before winning a bronze medal in the 4 × 400 metres relay at the 1985 European Junior Championships in Cottbus with teammates Georgina Honley, Lynne Robinson and Dawn Flockhart.
Hall ran 53.69 secs to finish second at the 1987 AAA Championships. She was the UK's number one 400 metres runner in 1987, with a season's best of 52.74. She achieved her 400m best of 52.71 on 18 June 1988 at the Midland Championships in Birmingham. This performance ranked her third in the UK in 1988, and she earned Olympic selection. At the Seoul Olympics, she ran 53.13 in her heat to qualify for the quarterfinals, where she was eliminated running 53.42.
|Representing Great Britain|
|1985||European Junior Championships||Cottbus, Germany||3rd||4 × 400 m||3:35.10|
|1988||Olympic Games||Seoul, South Korea||25th (qf)||400 m||53.42|
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