Club: Stirling Wheelchair Club
Work: Full-time athlete
Introduced to curling: Cheryl Lappin from Scottish Disability Sport introduced me to curling when I was 26 years old.
Interests: I was involved in athletics and competed in the 1500m at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and qualified for the final and finished 7th. I won gold in the 1500m at the World Junior Championships in 2014. I also love to do jigsaws and reading books, I love a good romance.
Role model: Anyone who sets out to achieve their goals whether it’s in sport or in their daily lives.
Best /favourite curling rink/s: I haven’t travelled to many curling rinks so I am yet to choose a favourite, but the National Curling Academy at The Peak in Stirling is pretty amazing.
Future Goals: I would love to be part of a team to win a medal for Scotland at the World Championships and secure a medal for Paralympics GB at the Paralympics. I would love to gain more knowledge in my chosen sport. Off the ice, I would also love to go to the Bahamas one day and swim with the pigs.
Pre game rituals: I have to have odd socks on and when I was a wheelchair racer when I had a competition I had to have my nails painted the same colour as my rescue chair (yes I did go out and find an exact match to the colour of my race chair, I am that sad...)!
Achievements: Being selected as the alternate for the World championships in Switzerland in 2020.