Amy took up triathlon aged 14 and joined a cycling club to improve her cycling skills. She became the National Cyclo-Cross Champion for her age group within a year of joining Carmarthen's Towy Riders cycle club. This caught the eye of British Cycling and she was accepted on to the Olympic Development Programme.
In 2012, Amy became Junior European Champion in the Team Pursuit and won her first medal at an elite World Cup, winning the silver medal with the Welsh trade team Team USN. Amy also progressed onto the Olympic Academy Programme.
In 2014, Amy moved to Manchester to train with the podium women endurance programme and got off to s solid start by winning the gold medal in the team pursuit at the first round of the 2014/15 World Cup in Guadalajara.
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Selected Career Highlights to Date
UCI Track Cycling World Cup, Guadalajara (Mexico)
Gold, Team pursuit
UCI Track Cycling World Cup, Cali (Colombia)
Silver, Team pursuit (with Team USN)
UCI Junior Track Cycling World Championships, Invercargill (New Zealand)
Bronze, Team pursuit
Bronze, Points race
UEC European Junior and U23 Track Championships, Anadia (Portugal)
Gold, Team pursuit (junior)