Kate is a Paralympic triathlete, returning to the international paratriathlon circuit in 2019, seven months after giving birth to son, Henrik.
Kate is currently working to qualify for the Tokyo Paralympic Games, 2020.
Kate was ranked 2nd in the World Paratriathlon rankings in her category, PT5 at the end of the 2017 season.
Kate trains as a triathlete full time under the expert guidance of coach Danielle Stefano at Elotik Pro Triathlon, and works part time as a Psychologist in the area of culture and inclusion; all on top of her most important role as a mother.
Being born without a right hand, falling short of two Paralympic games, the traumatic death of her mother, and the critical illness of her equestrian mount at the World Championships; has led Kate on a path of success and performance. After 20 years in equestrian her journey led her to become a Paralympian at Rio Paralympics 2016 in triathlon, placing 5th in the world after less than two years in the sport.