Exceptional on bars, Georgia-Mae is an elegant performer and had success at both Espoir and Junior level at British Championships. From there she developed into the athlete we know today, moving through the ranks she took bronze in the Junior British all-around in 2015 as well as claiming the bars title that same year.
In 2018 her rise to the top of the sport was cemented with a Gold medal on the uneven bars and a team Silver medal at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast. A feat she then replicated at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham by winning a gold medal on both the uneven bars and in the team event. From there Georgia-Mae and the team built on their fantastic form to win a silver medal at the 2022 World Championships in Liverpool, securing their spot for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
Outside of competition mode Georgia-Mae Fenton has a passion for inspiring those around her. Whether it be during competition, training or just in daily life she takes her position as a role model seriously and looks to inspire those around her with her approach and style. This includes working with leotard supplier Quatro on bringing that role to life through community engagement sessions at her gym in East London, where she is a local hero, and beyond.
Fashion and nutrition are other areas that Georgia-Mae enjoys and they will both be key areas of story telling in the build up to the 2022 Commonwealth Games.