Until the pandemic began in 2020, I was an international tennis player. I regularly competed in regional / national tour events and Women’s British Tours as well as ITF junior and Pro- Circuit Events. I was lucky enough to be able to travel across the country and Europe with my career highlights being ranked inside the top 15 in the UK, making the final of Tennis Europe doubles and competing in the Manchester $100,000 ITF pro circuit in 2016/2017.

 

I am a level 1 qualified coach, a qualified tournament organiser and R5 level tournament referee.

I have coached at my club, coaching a range of abilities and ages from 5 years old to 50+.  I’ve organised and helped run numerous tournaments and have also been trained to work at Wimbledon as a statistician during the tournament.

 

Due to the pandemic and the tennis courts being shut, I picked up cycling as a way to keep fit. As I started to ride more, I realised that it's the sport I truly love to do.

 

The first races I tried were duathlons; in April 2021 I managed to win my age group and qualify to represent Great Britain at the 2022 Duathlon Age-Group World Championships held in Romania.

 

The following month, I was selected to be part of the SKODA DSI Cycling Academy by Dame Sarah Storey and finished my first year of racing competing in all the National Championships.

 

As I am finishing my degree this year and looking to ride my bike full-time when I finish, I am looking for opportunities to raise awareness around the issues in women's cycling. For examples of the projects I've been part of, please see my media page or social media links below.

 

If you'd like to work together, please get in touch with me through my contact page.

About me - Sport