About Me

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Becoming a professional cyclist

I had always been interested in sports and competed at a high level in cricket, golf, rugby and football from a young age but cycling was something I just did for fun. After qualifying as a personal trainer I realised that having my own sporting goal would help benefit my business and my clients. in 2010 I started competing in 4x and in my first year I  became National Champion at Senior Level and competed in my first world cup race in 2011. In 2014 I was ranked 15th in the world.

In 2016 I decided to move my specialism to BMX and by the end of the year I was unbeaten in the British BMX Series. I continue to compete  in BMX and am hoping for another year of unbeaten No1's.

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My Achievements

  • 2010 British 4x Series 2010 Series Champion 1st
  • 2010 British 4x National Championships 3rd
  • 2011 British 4x Series Pro Elite 2nd
  • 2014 British 4x Series Pro Elite 3rd
  • 2014 British 4x Series National Championships 3rd
  • 2015 British 4x National Championships 2nd
  • 2015 British 4x series Pro Elite 2nd
  • 2015 Midlands BMX Championships 1st
  • 2016 Midlands BMX Championships 1st
  • 2016 British BMX series 1st


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How cycling links to the way I work

Being a focused athlete myself I understand the demands and requirements involved to compete at a high level. This helps me to keep my clients focussed and to help them to set realistic and obtainable goals to ensure that they reach their potential.

In 2015 I started working with Nuneaton BMX club where I train children aged 12 and upwards. Starting to focus their training at this age helps to keep them motivated and gives them the skills and confidence to be the best riders they can be.