Kathryn Fowler progressed through the junior British teams between 2007 and 2009, competing at European Championships in Hungary, Greece and Italy.
Kathryn Fowler Profile
|Date of Birth||6th December 1991|
|Team/Club||CN La Latina (ESP)|
Fowler graduated from the Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (AASE) programme as Advanced Apprentice of the Year for Water Polo in 2011.
In 2013, she was called up to her first senior major championships, helping the British women to 13th place at the World Championships in Barcelona.
|European Under 20 Championships||Naples||2009||7th|
|European Junior Championships||Chania||2008||7th|
|European Youth Championships||Gyor||2008||9th|
|British Championships||City of Liverpool||2013||SILVER|
|City of Liverpool||2012||4th|
|City of Liverpool||2011||SILVER|
In The Pool
Greatest achievement to date: Being selected for the World Champs team
Aspiration: To be a member of the most successful GB women’s team ever
Who has been the greatest influence on you: My former coach, David “Jimmy” Geiss from Boldmere. He sadly passed in January but he and my parents have been my biggest influences
When did you start playing polo: when I was 9, Geiss grabbed me from the swimming pool and asked me to come and play.
Out Of The Pool
Studies/Work: Student at University of Manchester studying Maths and Physics
Other sports: I played all sorts when in I was younger, but now I just focus on Water Polo
Ultimate relaxation: Usually studying or a soak in the bath.
One thing you can’t live without: My parents be at the other end of the phone
Tips for the top: Keep working hard, never give up
Life after water polo: I haven’t got that far yet!
Film: Forrest Gump or Sister Act
Food: Chocolate peanut butter brownies
Hobbies: I don’t have time between studying and training
Sports team: Boldmere Water Polo Club and Liverpool Lizards.
Sports person: Tania Di Mario