|Competitor for Great Britain|
|Bronze||2012 Tel Aviv||Women's RS:X|
|Silver||2006 Alacati||Women's RS:X|
She first began windsurfing in the south of France in 1992. She attended Cheney Upper School on Cheney Lane near Headington in Oxford gaining A levels in Art, Maths and Biology, where her father had been teaching Business Studies for PhD at Oxford Brookes University. She had windsurfed on Farmoor Reservoir to the west of Oxford. She went to Cardiff University to study Architecture where she stayed for a year before committing to windsurfing full-time in 2004.
She won the bronze medal in the women's RS:X class at the 2008 Summer Olympics, the first ever women's windsurfing medal for the British Olympic team. She trains at the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy.
- 2008 Summer Olympic regatta
- Nick Dempsey, another Olympic windsurfer from Weymouth