I was introduced to mountain biking at an early age and it didn’t take long before I fell in love with the sport and started racing. Throughout my teen years, I dabbled in mountain bike, road and cyclocross racing as well as cross-country running in high school. I became interested in the science of training for endurance sports around this time which brought me to Brevard College in western North Carolina. During my time at college, I raced for the cycling team and helped Brevard secure two of their many collegiate national championship mountain bike titles. After graduating with a B.S. in exercise science and a minor in physics and psychology, working with CTS and coaching endurance athletes was next the step.
Right now my primary focus is marathon mountain bike racing. In 2016 I self-coached myself to become the youngest rider to win the National Ultra Endurance Series at 21 years old and I hope to be able to continue my success in this discipline. I’m confident that over a decade of experience in training and racing and my education in exercise physiology along with the support of CTS has prepared me to lead others to achieve their athletic goals.