Steph won 1500m bronze and was 4thÂ in the 5,000m on her Commonwealth Games debut at Delhi 2010. A broken ankle in 2011 and a further foot injury in 2012 set her back, but by Glasgow 2014 she returned to international action and competed at her third Games in Gold Coast, where she was a finalist in the 5000m and 1500m, finishing 7thÂ in the latter.
Steph made her Olympic debut at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, narrowly missing the 1500m final, having won World Junior gold in that event earlier in the year. She competed in the competed in both the 3,000m and 5,000m at Rio 2016 before running her first competitive Marathon in 2018.
A year later she broke Liz McColganâ€™s long-standing Scottish record with a time of two hours 26 minutes and 40 seconds and having overcome a hamstring problem that caused her to drop out of the 2020 London Marathon, she is set to compete at her third Olympics at a fourth distance in Tokyo.