Who has been your greatest influence and motivator in your success in the field of your career?
I have looked up to many people during my career such as fellow athletes, teammates and coaches but I think I owe my success to my parents who sacrificed so much for me when I was living at home. They would both spend their weekends driving me all over the country to running races, pony club events, training sessions every single night (and even mornings before school!) and latterly pentathlon competitions. I really wouldn’t be anywhere near where I am today without all their support over the years.
5 years from now, where do you see yourself?
In five years time I would love to be an Olympic medallist. My long term goal is to compete and win a medal for Great Britain in Paris 2024.
Advice and motivational words to the inspiring and upcoming athletes who all are your fans? 5 tips to work upon their skills.
You don’t need to be the best when you are starting out, you’ve just got to be prepared to work hard and anything will be possible.
There will always be setbacks on whatever journey you’re on but it’s how you deal with these setbacks which make you come back stronger. I’ve had some serious injuries in the past and at the time I thought my whole world was falling apart but looking back they were all just part of the puzzle which helped me become stronger and more resilient.
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