British artistic gymnast who represented Great Britain at the 2014 European Junior Gymnastics Championships. The following year, she was crowned the British all-around champion.
She was born in Durham, England and joined the South Durham Gymnastics Club at age 2. She began having major success in 2011, medaling at the English Espoir Championships, British Espoir Championships, and U.K. School Games.
She became the second British woman, following Beth Tweddle, to win an Olympic gymnastics medal when she won bronze in the floor exercise at the 2016 Games.
Her mother is a gymnastics coach.
She bested Claudia Fragapane in the floor exercise final at the 2015 British Championships.