Introduction

Kat was born in Chatham and has represented Team GB in both the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games.  In qualifying for Rio, where she finished 6th, Kat made British History by being the only British lady to have qualified for two consecutive Olympic Games in the sport of Trampolining.

Kat was first introduced to the sport at the age of seven during a holiday Summer camp at her local Leisure Centre. Talent-spotted by a coach when she was just eight years old, she has now been Trampolining for over 20 years.

Profile

Date of birth: 13 March 1986

Club: Apollo Trampoline Club, Washington, UK

Current ranking: GB’s No. 1

Career highlights

  • 2016: 6th place at the Rio Olympic Games
  • 2015: Silver medal Women’s Trampoline and 5th position for Synchronised Trampoline at the European Games, Baku
  • 2015: Selected for TeamGB for the European Games in Baku, Azerbaijan
  • 2014: 4th place at the Trampoline World Championships in Daytona Beach, Florida
  • 2013: Gold medal in the Women’s Synchronised Trampolining at the World Championships, Sofia
  • 2013: Gold medal in the Women’s Synchronised Trampolining at the World Games, Columbia
  • 2012: 9th place in the qualification round just missing out on the Olympic final at London 2012
  • 2012: Selected for TeamGB at London 2012
  • 2012: Gold team medal and silver synchro medal at the European Championships, St Petersburg Russia
  • 2011: 4th place in the Individual final at the London Prepares Series test event
  • 2011: Ranked number one in both Individual and Synchro (with Amanda Parker)
  • 2011: 8th place in the Individual final at the World Championships, Birmingham; securing Olympic qualification for London 2012
  • 2011: Silver medal in the team and bronze medal in the synchro events at the World Championships, Birmingham
  • 2011: Gold medal in the individual and silver medal in the synchro event at the World Cup held in Salzgitter, Germany
  • 2011: British Women’s Individual Champion
  • 2011: British Women’s Synchro Champion
  • 2011: Silver medals in the individual and synchro at the Japan World Cup
  • 2011: Silver medal in the synchro event at the Wuxi City World Cup, China
  • 2010: Bronze medal in the individual event at the British Trampoline Championships held in Birmingham, UK
  • 2010: Bronze medal in the individual event at the World Cup, Portugal
  • 2010: Became a full time Trampolinist (February 2010)
  • 2009: Titled British Women’s individual champion at the British Nationals held in Birmingham
  • 2008: Bronze medal in the women’s synchro event at the European Championships held in Odense, Denmark