I am an Olympian, a life coach, a trainer and an ambassador for Diabetes UK. I’m also a proud wife and mother of three beautiful children.
I represented Great Britain for two decades as a Triple Jumper. I competed at the highest level, including at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. A career highlight was being the first woman to jump over 14 metres in the Commonwealth.
Who would have thought a young girl from Wembley from a working class family would go on to break barriers?
When I retired in 2006, I was already established as a successful Personal Trainer. Working with clients, I realised just how much physical fitness is attached to a positive mindset. To achieve our ambitions we must first believe in ourselves.
In my sporting career, my sole focus was performing to the best of my ability, each and every time. Achieving my goals was my top priority. Today, my priorities might have changed but my mindset is still the same.
Combining my passion for fitness and personal growth, I focus on delivering coaching and mentoring to individuals and organisations.
I am proud to have worked with a selection of organisations including Nike, Pfeizer, Kent Police and the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust, to name just a few.
I want to be a role model for my children and inspire others to achieve their dreams. I know that making time for self-care and wellbeing is an integral part of living a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
With my zest for life, my compassion and integrity, I can help you achieve your personal goals by drawing on my experience.
If you’d like to find out more about how I can help, let’s chat!
‘Sport has provided me with a platform where my voice can be heard’