Corrine began cycling at the age of 13 and quickly earned a place on the British Cycling talent team.
During her final year of university she was invited to try out as a tandem pilot and paired up with Lora Turnham in March 2013.
Corrine and Lora enjoyed immediate success, becoming time-trial world champions and winning a silver medal at the 2013 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships, in Baie-Comeau, Canada, just months after being put together.
They enjoyed more success at the 2014 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships, Greenville, USA, twelve months later, this time taking gold in the tandem B road race and bronze in the time-trial.
Although the pair were unable to medal at the World Championships in 2015, they won three gold medals at world cup level, and started the Paralympic year in fine form, picking up a bronze at the 2016 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in the tandem B pursuit and winning two silver medals at the Belgium road world cup.
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