How did you first get involved in your sport?
Great grandad, grandad and dad were all in the British squad and shot nationally.
What does a typical week look like for you?
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and most weekends training after work in the evening. Tuesday gym for 2 hours.
What do you enjoy the most about being a sportsperson?
Meeting new people, getting that sense of achievement and learning new things, being the best that I can be at something.
What are your targets for the next 12 months?
Get selected for the 2012 Olympics.
What are your long term aims?
To be able to carry on shooting despite no government funding and to keep giving it everything I have and compete at the level and higher that I am now. To be selected for the next Commonwealth Games.
Who is your sporting hero?
Dame Kelly Holmes and Paula Radcliffe for never giving up.
What do you do in your free time?
Work to pay for shooting, and do public speaking about my shooting career to try and raise funds.
How will your SportsAid award help you?
It will help with costs such as accommodation, food and entry fees and flights to competitions around the world.
- England Senior Squad
- 2012 French Grand Prix Women's Air Rifle - Silver
- 2012 European Championships 10m Air Rifle - 70th
- March, April, June 2011 Part of Team GB in all senior World Cup events
- 2011 Welsh Open - Women's 395 Champion
- 2011 Commonwealth Shooting Federation Games, 2nd in Air Rifle
- 2010 Commonwealth Games, Delhi, Women's Air Rifle Pairs - 7th
- 2010 Junior International, Bisley - 7 Gold, 1 Silver
- 2009 Junior British champion
- 2009 European Junior Championshipse, Czech Republic, Team Prone - Silver
- 2009 Australian Youth Olympic Festival 3 Positions - Silver
- Gold medalist in the 3 Positions and Bronze in the Prone event at the 2008 Youth Commonwealth Games
- 2012 ISSF World Cup, London
- 2014 Commonwealth Games
"Excellent attitude and motivation. Has already represented England at last Commonwealth Games in Delhi. Very much a part of future Engalnd plans for in womens rifle discipline." - Peter Underhill, British Shooting Accountable Officer