In 1966 she was fourth over 100 yards at the British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Kingston and won the silver medal over 220 yards behind her compatriot Dianne Burge and ahead of the Canadian Irene Piotrowski . In the 4-by-110-yard relay, she won with the Australian team.
At the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City, she won over 200 m bronze medal behind the Pole Irena Szewińska and her compatriot Raelene Boyle . In the 4 x 100 meter relay , she came with the Australian team in fifth place.
In 1970 she was sixth over 200 m at the British Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh and won the Australian 4 x 100 meter relay. At the British Commonwealth Games in Christchurch in 1974, she was eighth in the 100 m and defended the title again with the Australian 4 x 100 meter relay.
In 1967 and 1969 she was Australian champion over 200 m, in 1969 also over 100 m.
- 100 y: 10.4 s, March 18, 1966, Sydney
- 100 m: 11.2 s, January 21, 1967, Sydney
- 200 m: 22.88 s, October 18, 1968, Mexico City (hand-stopped: 22.8 s, January 3, 1974, Sydney)
- Jennifer Lamy in database of World Athletics (English)
- Jennifer Lamy in database of Athletics Australia (English)
- Jennifer Lamy on Sporting Heroes
- Jennifer Lamy in the database of Sports-Reference (English; archived from the original )
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Lamy, Jenny; Lamy, Jennifer Frances|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Australian sprinter|
|DATE OF BIRTH||February 28, 1949|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Wagga Wagga|