Chloe is a talented and outstanding young sportswoman Chloe has been playing badminton since she was eight and has been representing England since she was eleven Chloe has had an outstanding season, she won all three gold medals at the English Schools Competition in Newcastle, and won many other tournaments including the Durham U19 Open. One of her greatest achievements was to be accepted to play in the Senior English Nationals in February this year where she beat Liz Cann, who is ranked number one in England and had just won a bronze medal at the recently held Commonwealth Games, Chloe went onto reach the semi final and was voted the player of the tournament - a fantastic acheivement for someone so young . Chloe went on to win the girls singles at the U17 National Tournament and reached the semi final in the same event at the U19's tournament. Chloe is currently one of six girls waiting to see if she has been selected for the Junior Commonwealth Games to be held in Sept. Chloe is a fantastic ambassador for this sport, she is always willing to spend time with junior players and her enthusim is infectious. She has also volunteered her services to assist at the School Games this year. Chloe also represents her school in other sports including netball and athletics, representing Sheffield in the 100 metres last year. She always gives 100% to everything she does and is trurly inspirational Chloe's aim is to represent England at the 2016/2020 Olympic Games. I reached the quarter finals in the Senior Nationals not the semi finals.