When did you start racing?
I started racing in 2012 when an existing racer approached me and suggested trying closed course racing, so I entered the last round of the JSRA British Championships junior class winning both races and have never looked back.
Do you have a favourite moment from your jet-ski racing career?
My best moment was winning the 2013 British Junior Championship, whilst remaining undefeated and receiving the Jeremy Hoyland Award for Outstanding Achievement at the age of 15, in my first full season of racing.
What tempted you to join P1 AquaX?
I have always wanted to ride on the sea and am looking forward to trying a new challenge at some great locations.
What do you expect your first season racing AquaX to be like?
I expect the racing to be very different to what I’m used to, however I am looking forward to this challenge and meeting new riders with the same passion.
What are you hoping to achieve this upcoming season?
I am looking forward to improving my ability in riding in the varied conditions and would love to be able to get a podium finish.
How often do you manage to get out on the water?
I usually manage to get out on the lake at Kingsbury Jetbike Centre at least twice a week to train and help my brother who is 12 years old and just starting JRSA Juniors.
Where do you see your future – in the stand-up class or runabouts?
I am happy riding my stand-up ski, however if the opportunity arose to race a runabout in the future I would jump at the chance.
What do you enjoy doing outside of racing?
I train at the gym at least three times a week, wakeboard and enjoy my work as a trainee civil engineer and spending quality time with my girlfriend and family.