DOB: 19/08/1993 Profession: Powerlifter athlete
Jaz is a team sports player, including football and rugby both at Corps level. She is experienced in adventurous training including skiing, which she has completed the skiing foundation level 2 qualification, and mountain biking. Previously, she also did 9 years of gymnastics where she gained a number of medals and karate where she made it to orange belt.
"I have already competed in my first British Championship in Feb 2017, in which I qualified for the European and World Championships. Whilst competing at the European Championships I took best U70kg Jnr Female and I also broke, and am currently the holder of the U70kg Jnr Deadlift World Record within the WDFPF. In July 2017 I was selected out of all the BDFPA Females within England to travel to Ireland and represent my country in a four nations International competition. Whilst assisting England's victory I also unofficially broke the Jnr U70kg Bench Press record as well.
Having already qualified for the British Championships in 2018, in November 2017 I intend, if I can secure funding, to compete in the World Drug Free Powerlifting Championships held in Boston, USA."
Jaz has served in the British Army for seven years. She worked as an aircraft technician, on the Apache Attack Helicopter for 2 years, until a recent re-trade into a senior HR position within the British Army.
- Current World Record holder U70kg Jnr Deadlift within the WDFPF
- Unofficially broke the Jnr U70kg Bench Press record
- July 2017 Jaz was selected out of all the BDFPA Females to travel to Ireland and represent her country in a four nations International competition.
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"Under my coach, Craig Spicer, I have also been working on my Olympic weightlifting - I have already achieved the qualifying total for the English Championships 2018. One of my goals for next year is to qualify for the British Championships 2018."