I took part in an indoor rowing competition for my school which I won. At the competition I did a talent identification test and they took measurements of my body and the amount of power I had. I got a call to join a club which I’m at now because of my scores in the testing and then I became a member.
Monday to Thursday training 5-7 (either in gym doing weights circuits or on the rowing machine) Friday mornings 7:30-9:30 (on the water in a single) Saturday and Sunday 7:30-12 (on the water in singles and sometimes crew boats)
Succeeding in it and the friends I make whilst doing it. Travelling to some lovely destinations also motivates me.
the bonds you make with people as you spend most of your life with them and especially in a sport like rowing you rely on one another greatly (especially when in a crew boat)
My mum because she is so supportive and has always helped me whenever I need it most. She also drives me to be the best I can be.
With the little free time I have, I like to meet up with my friends and spend time with my family doing thinks like mountain biking and road cycling. I also just enjoy sitting at home and relaxing.
It will help fund all my GB camps and trials that I will take part in throughout the year
Compete at the under 23 world championships Compete at the Olympics
Go to the junior world championships Medal at national schools in the single
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