She works as a Maths teacher at Sir William Borlase's Grammar School in Marlow, Buckinghamshire and runs for the Windsor, Slough, Eton and Hounslow Athletic Club. She has competed for England in the Commonwealth Games and for Great Britain in a number of competitions. In December 2004 she won the European Cross Country Championship in Heringsdorf.
In December 2009 she won the European Cross Country Championship in Dublin after coming out of retirement from competitive running. She followed this up a month later by coming fourth in the 2010 International Edinburgh Cross Country  fourteen seconds after winner Tirunesh Dibaba over the freezing 5.8 kilometre course.
- British National Championships
- 2002 - 1st, 5,000 m
- 2003 - 1st, 10,000 m
- 2003 - 1st, 5,000 m
- 2006 - 1st, 5,000 m
|3,000 m||8:58.98||4 July 2001||Cardiff|
|5,000 m||15:16.44||23 July 2005||Heusden|
|10,000 m track||31:45.14||12 June 2004||Utrecht|
|10,000 m road||32:31||5 February 2006||Chichester|
|Half marathon||1:12.11||1 October 2006||Newcastle|
- "Joseph Ebuya claims shock Edinburgh cross country win". BBC Sport. 2010-01-09.
- "Dibaba wins, Bekele beaten, Stevenson shines and Twell back at her best". "Great Run Series News Desk". 2010-01-09.
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