Emma is an incredibly resilient individual, for 10 years she lived with crippling bowel issues before she was diagnosed with a prolapsed bowel. Since then Emma has had several major operations including having more than 1ft of her bowel removed.

She remains upbeat and we're looking forward to working with Emma to create awareness surrounding bowel conditions.

I’d like others to know that there is help out there: never feel like you are stuck in the cycle of pain and discomfort with no light at the end of the tunnel.

In 2017, Emma competed in the FINA World Masters Swimming Championships in Budapest where she finished 9th in the 100m Breast stroke. There's more about Emma's fantastic result in Budapest on the blog