How I Started
When I was younger, I was a massive football fan. I watched it all the time with my brothers. One day I saw a player score a goal and do a somersault to celebrate, I thought to myself; wow, I wish I could do that. The next few weeks I drove my mum crazy cartwheeling and being upside down in the house so she took me to a gymnastics club, red bridge gymnastics club I was aged 6. The club talent identified me and told me to more to a better facilitated club called east London, I was here for 5 years which is where my love for the sport grew. I found myself progressing rapidly and was spotted my the national head coach, I was put onto the elite performance pathway along with other children my age from various clubs. It wasn’t long before I was competing In my first competition for Great Britain, I loved every minute and thought to myself, this is what I want to do, I’m going to make it to the Olympics one day. I thrived of the buzz of competing and used this to my advantage to advance my gymnastics career.
My Greatest Achievement
My greatest achievement is undoubtedly winning a gold medal in the World Cup. It was an enormous achievement for me at the time, and it filled me with joy! To know my family were watching me from the stands made it even more special. I even shed a tear when standing on the podium!
My hobbies include cooking, fitness and films. I love cooking a range of different meals, although my favourite has to be a simple crushed Avocado on toast! I also adore film, going to the cinema with friends is one of my favourite pastimes!