Annie's success on the track was realize when she attended junior competitions across the UK representing GB at Junior level.
She became one of the UK’s top 3 60m and 100m athletes in the country. A temporary setback in 2014 and 2015 with double knee surgeries did not stop her from realizing her ambitions. Annie returned to the track in 2018 attaining a PB of 11.4 seconds in Birmingham and was lined up to represent GB in 4 x 100 m relay at the Anniversary games at the Olympic stadium only to have her hopes dashed following a car crash. In 2019 she gained a further injury, but from 2020 onwards she is now on the right track making good progress and aiming to make it to the Olympics in 2021. The postponement of the Olympic games due to the corona virus has allowed her the time to take her body back to fighting fitness. Olympic trials will take place in June, and Annie has her eye on the prize.
Annie attended one of the top drama schools in the country and gained BA Hons. After her 3 years at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Annie was cast in her first movie "fast girls". Annie I also currently working behind the scenes with Disney, alongside the world of track and field, modelling and acting. her hobbies include, pottery making, horse riding, skiing, and football.