X-training

For effective training as a vaulter, it’s vital to stay fit and strong (as much as possible with a disability!). I’ve found that having variety in training helps to develop all-round fitness as well as preventing or limiting the risk of injuries. I also really enjoy trying all sorts of activities!

Selected results

  • 🥈 June 2018 – Colchester Adult Gymnastics Competition – 2nd on vault, Women’s Novice category (18+)
  • 🥈 September 2017 – RDA SEIB Search for a Star Championship, Addington Manor, 2nd place, Rolo
  • 🥈 July 2017 – RDA SEIB Search for a Star Qualifier, Hartpury College, 2nd place, Rolo
  • 🥇 2017 East of England Disability Athletics – Female Wheelchair Champion [100m, 200m, 400m, 1500m, 3000m]
  • 🥇 2016 East of England Disability Athletics – Overall Wheelchair Champion [100m, 200m, 400m, 1500m, 3000m]
  • 🥇 2016 Cambridgeshire Athletics Association Wheelchair Champion [100m, 800m, 1 mile]
  • 🥇 2015 East of England Disability Athletics – Overall Wheelchair Champion [100m, 200m, 400m, 800m]
  • 🥇🔝 2015 Great Ouse Marathon [Para-rowing record holder]
  • 🥇🔝 2015, 2016 & 2017 Grand East Anglian Run [10k Wheelchair winner and record holder]
  • 🥇🔝 2015 & 2016 Perkins Great Eastern Run [Half-marathon Wheelchair winner and record holder]
  • 🥇 2016 World Half-Marathon Championships [First wheelchair finisher; unofficial wheelchair race]
  • 🥇 2015 Cambridge Regatta – Champion Para-rower
  • 🥇 2014 City of Oxford Royal Regatta – Champion Para-rower
  • 🥇 2014 Sudbury International Regatta – Champion Para-rower