How I Started
I started BMX when I was six years old. After this I went from club and regional races, to national competitions and all the way up to international races within 3 years! One day on the way to the hospital with my Dad who was recovering from a broken neck from a crash cycling into work, I saw the BMX track and we went down on an old mountain bike I had at the time. It all started from there, I used to rent a bike from the club until I got my own a few months later! I fell in love with BMX racing instantly.
My Greatest Achievement
It’s pretty cool that I have won the World Championships twice, but I believe my greatest achievement is going to the youth Olympic games in 2018 ( Buenos Aires) and being the flag bearer for team GB. This was an amazing opportunity and motivated me even more to be at a summer Olympics in the near future!
My Greatest Challenge
I believe one of my greatest challenges within BMX racing was balancing training, School and a social life. It was tough to get used to as there was a lot going on at once, but I managed to overcome this by being organised and planning my weeks out!
Other than BMX racing, I love filmmaking and photography! I always try to film things when I am out training and love to edit them together at home for YouTube or my Instagram! I love a lot of food, but a home made Lasagna has to be the best food! It is tasty and it has just about every aspect of the food shell incorporated into it! You just cannot beat a good home made Lasagna.
My Future Goals
I would love to win an Olympic medal and represent my country in multiple Olympic Games. I aspire to be the best athlete I can possibly be and enjoy the whole journey!