21 December 1987
A successful international athletics career saw Dani represent England and Great Britain over distances of 800m, 1500m and mile in both cross country and road races. She’s now applying her considerable athletic talents, passion and dedication to greater and greater achievements in the world of cycling. Off the bike Dani has helped establish Horley Harriers running club and keeps in touch with her running roots through a range of coaching activities.
Winning the Commonwealth Youth Games 800m in athletics.
After a successful 2014 road season Dani was selected to ride for Belgian team, Isorex, in 2015. Riding for Isorex provides her with the opportunity to compete in some of the highest profile races across Europe.
Dani’s road season starts with the prestigious Omloop Het Nieuwsblad on February 28th, quickly followed by a number of Union Cycliste Internationale races across Belgium.
Having the opportunity to compete against the world’s best riders on regular basis is an exciting opportunity for Dani, and she plans to take full advantage of it so she can progress as a rider.
Dani’s aims for the 2015 season is to continue to progress in the European peloton and to perform to the best of her ability at the National Road Championships in Lincoln in June.
2014 witnessed Dani’s second season on a bike and she proved she is a serious contender at competition, by winning the Scottish Cycling Women’s National Road Race Series. She also came top 10 in the famous Belgian Kermess circuit in the elite category.
What does it mean to you to be part of Team 9BAR?
“It is fantastic to have the support of team 9BAR, they have really helped me through 2014 so to be part of the 2015 team is fantastic.”