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For the past 10 years I have worked for the Great Britain Cycling Team most recently as the Women's Endurance Podium Coach for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics where the squad won Gold in the Madison & Silver in the Team Pursuit alongside the accompanying European & World Championships.

My coaching experience spans a wide range of ages & stages having started my coaching journey as a youth coach working with regional & national champion Youth A & B riders. Following this I spent 5 years as the National Junior Coach working with athletes who went on to become European & World Champion Juniors before going on to work with our GB Olympic squad. This has given me a fantastic depth of knowledge of what is required to achieve across a wide spectrum of the sport & provided me with an in depth knowledge of the Pathway and in a range of disciplines. Over the years I have worked with many of our high profile British cyclists. 

My passion for cycling began at 14 years old starting out on a MTB before moving into Road, Track and various other disciplines.  As a junior I was a national medallist but I lacked direction & support hence my move into coaching with a drive to help other athletes achieve their goals within the sport. 

I also still love riding my bike alongside working with athletes & take a multi-disciplinary approach to my own riding racing Road, Track, MTB, Cross, Hill Climbs, TTs and pretty much anything I can do! Over the past couple of years I have earnt a national championship bronze medal in the Hill Climb, become Masters Criterium Champion, Podiumed at multiple National Circuit & Road series races & won the British National Series overall in 2023. 

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