Katrina credits her PE teacher for having encouraged her to pursue her sporting ambitions as she began competing at the age of 14.
- T37 100m/200m/4x100m Relay
- Home Town:
- University of Bath
- Date Of Birth:
- 17th May 1990
- Games Attended:
- London 12, Beijing 08
She was the youngest member of the British team to take to the track at the 2005 European Championships, where she won bronze in the T37 100m.
Making her Games debut at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Katrina developed a hamstring injury and finished 7th in the T37 100m final. Since Beijing, she has moved to Bath to train alongside Ben Rushgrove, Paul Blake and her coach, Rob Ellchuck.
At the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, she won gold for England in the T37 100m and achieved another career highlight at the 2011 IPC Athletics World Championships in Christchurch, New Zealand, when she won gold in the T37 200m and bronze in the T37 100m.
At London 2012, Katrina qualified for the T37 100m final where she finished in 6th place. However, the highlight of her games was the bronze-medal winning performance as part of the women's T35/38 4x100m Relay alongside Olivia Breen, Bethy Woodward and Jenny McLoughlin. The quartet recorded a time of 56.08 to finish just behind Russia and China.
In addition to her work on the track, Katrina has also played Football for Kidderminster Harriers Centre of Excellence.
In 2011, Katrina – who has cerebral palsy - graduated with a Bachelors degree in Sports Performance from the University of Bath.
- 2012 London Paralympic Games
T37 100m: 6th
T37 200m: 5th (rd1 ht1)
T35/38 4x100m: bronze
- 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games
T37 100m: 7th
T37 200m: DNS
- 2012 IPC Athletics European Championships, Stadskanaal, Holland
T37 100m: bronze
T37 200m: bronze
- 2011 IPC Athletics World Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand
T37 100m: bronze
T37 200m: gold
T35-T38 4x100m: bronze
- 2010 Commonwealth Games, Delhi, India (representing England)
T37 100m: gold