Having grown up the in the UK countryside in a small village called Abberley, I took a huge leap of faith at the age of 18 and moved to the US in order to attend college and run on a sports scholarship at the University of New Mexico. There, I became a 10 time NCAA D1 All-American in XC, indoor/outdoor track; placing runner up in the 10k (outdoor track) twice and being part of two national winning cross country teams.
After college, I moved to Flagstaff, AZ in order to pursue my dreams of running professionally as part of HOKA NAZ Elite. In my first year as a pro I (finally) managed to break 32 in the 10k and run 71.37 in the Half Marathon, as well as representing Great Britain at my first senior European Championships. The last couple of years I have been focused on the marathon, and just recently places 2nd at Houston Marathon in 2.29.08.
With years of running experience under my belt and a sheer passion for the sport, I believe I could help others achieve their running goals; whether that be preparing you for collegiate running or guiding you to achieving a specific racing or time goal.
AASE (Advanced Apprenticeship of Sporting Excellence) coaching qualification (NVQ) – Loughborough College (2012)
Physical Education A-Level (KSW, 2013)
BLA + MBA (UNM, 2018)
Personal Bests/Athletic Achievements
10,000 – 31.56
HM – 71.37
Marathon – 2.29.08
5,000 – 15.45
10 x NCAA All – American (D1)
6th European Championships – 10,000m
British Vest x 6