GBCT Monica Greenwood
Neah worked as a veterinary surgeon before becoming a full-time athlete in 2017 and the change to full-time training has paid dividends on both Road and Track. Making her Commonwealth Games debut at Gold Coast 2018, she was twice on the podium as she won silver in the Scratch Race and bronze in the Points Race, before also putting in a strong performance in the Road events with 8th place in both Time Trial and Road Race.
Since Gold Coast she has come into her own, winning gold in the Team Pursuit at three successive European Championships (2018,2019 and 2020) as well as making it a double gold in 2020 by taking the Individual Pursuit title. 2020 also saw her win silver at the World Championships as part of the Team Pursuit and she makes her Olympic debut in Tokyo. Neah will take part in the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. She won the silver medal in the Women's 25km Points Race Final and the bronze medal in the Women's 3000m Individual Pursuit Finals. She also finished 4th in the Women's 10km Scratch Race Finals.
Neah is a former hill runner who was twice U23 National Champion before injuries forced a change of sport.