Beccy Muzerie |

“Success: it’s more than just hard work”

GB rower Beccy Muzerie explores all the ingredients that have contributed to her GB rowing career

It is easy for me to tell you my rowing story like this: I was not a sporty child and only started rowing at university having never previously set foot in a gym.

By the end of my second year of rowing, I had won academic eights at Henley Women’s Regatta, a first for a Cardiff University crew. Shortly after that I joined the Welsh development squad whilst studying full time for my masters in social work. I then moved to Molesey where I worked full time and trained at the boat club morning and evening, getting invited on my first GB camp, coming third at non-Olympic trials, and representing my country for the first time at the World University Regatta. At the end of that season I was invited to join the GB Rowing Team.


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