Sophie is a member of the UK Sport Lottery Funded World-Class Performance Squad based at Loughborough Triathlon Performance Centre and is coached by Adam Elliott.
She is orginally from Gravesend, Kent but grew up in Keyworth, Nottingham, where she was a member of Charnwood Athletics Club and Nottingham Leander Swimming Club. She moved to Loughborough to attend university and graduated in 2017 with a 2:1 in Human Biology.
2017 was a huge year with her first global medal, bronze in the U23 event at the ITU World Championships in Rotterdam, and a fourth place finish on the ITU World Triathlon Series in Yokohama. This was enough to secure selection for Team England at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, where she finished sixth.
Sophie is the 2018 ETU Eruopean Sprint Triathlon Champion and was runner up to Jess Learmonth at the standard distance European Championships in 2017 in Kitzbuhel.
Sophie got into triathlon by her mum entering her into a local event in Clifton (Nottingham) when she was eight years old. She has gone on to win junior and U23 medals at international level before breaking into senior success in 2017.
Sophie is a dog lover, and regularly fosters dogs in need before they find new owners and homes to go to.