Jodie is a member of the UK Sport Lottery Funded World-Class Performance Squad based in Loughborough and coached by Adam Elliott. She has won multiple ITU World Triathlon Series events and won double gold at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Jodie has been a triathlete nearly all of her life, having started training when she was eight and won her first race as a nine year-old. She’s competed for Great Britain at all levels from winning the world junior Aquathlon title as a 17 year-old through to standing on top of her first World Series podium in Kitzbuhel in 2013 and claiming the Commonwealth individual and Mixed Relay titles in 2014.
In 2018 Jodie finished seventh overall in the World Series, one of four Brits ranked in the top seven in a dominant season for British women.
Jodie has been a consistent performer in the ITU World Triathlon Series since making her mark aggressively leading out the pack at the World Series race in Hyde Park, London in 2009.
In 2012 she finished fifth overall, and in 2013 she was second to Non Stanford. In 2014 she finished fourth. Even without competing in the Grand Final in 2016, she finished seventh overall. Her 2017 season was affected by injury, but she finished eighth in the Grand Final in Rotterdam.
Jodie is known for her attacking racing style, which has seen her break away on her own on the bike to claim memorable victories. She’s also a proven Mixed Relay competitor, having helped Great Britain to their first ever world title in Lausanne in 2011 and been part of multiple international and domestic teams since.