The first time I beat my dad was in 2006, when I was 13, in the 4-mile Surrey WC Gazette Cup. We were separated by 1 second and came 6th and 7th.
As a youngster, I competed in many age-group national championships but my first national title was as an Under 17 in 2008 in the Inter-Counties Championships.
I made my 20km début in 2011 at the test event for the London Olympics. China is one of the dominant countries in race walking but they're not very fast when warming up.
My first senior international was in the 2012 Small Nations match, in which I came 8th.
One of my favourite races is the hilly 19.4-mile course of the Guernsey Church-to-Church Walk. I first competed in 2013, and won. I successfully defended my title the following year.
In 2014 I made my 50km début and won the RWA national championship - the youngest champion in its 85+ years of history.
In 2016, I raced in the French 50km championships, where I was lapped several times by Yohann Diniz the World Record holder.
As well as race walking, I occasionally train and compete in steeplechase, for what some may call 'fun'.
Race walking is a tough discipline and, like all race walkers, I have experienced the disappointment of being disqualified. This happened in the 2017 national 20km championships.
In 2017, I ran my début marathon in Guernsey and came third. One week later, I competed in the Church-to-Church Walk and took my third title.
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