After winning the ASA National Age Group Junior title with City of Manchester in 2012, Rosie Huck’s international career gathered momentum the following season.
Rosie Huck Profile
|Date of Birth||24th March 1997|
|Team/Club||City of Manchester|
Her junior performances earned her a call-up to the senior squad and she made her senior debut alongside City of Manchester teammate Katy Andrews in a World League match against Russia in March 2014.
The following month, she helped the English women to Commonwealth gold in Aberdeen, then played in the historic World League defeat of world champions Spain in Manchester in April.
|World U20 Championships||Volos||2013||8th|
|European Junior Championships||Istanbul||2013||10th|
|British Championships||City of Manchester||2014||BRONZE|
|City of Manchester||2013||GOLD|
In The Pool
Greatest achievement to date: Winning Commonwealth gold and beating Spain in the World League.
Aspiration: To win Olympic gold.
Who has been greatest influence on you: My parents.
When did you start playing water polo: When I was 11 - I was coached by Chloe Wilcox.
Out of the Pool
Studies: Sixth form.
Other sports: Swimming.
Ultimate relaxation: Sleeping!
One thing you can’t live without: My iPhone.
Tip for the top: Train hard and sleep lots!
Life after water polo: More sleeping / a degree.
Band/Music: Coldplay. Also, the Frozen soundtrack.
Food: My mum's shepherd's pie.
Drink: Protein shakes.
Hobbies: Snapchatting, TJ duties and baking.