Place of birthHighgate, London

Height5' 7"

Tabby Stoecker is a World Cup race winner, World Championship medalist, double Junior World Championship medal winner and Junior European Champion despite only making her international debut in December 2021.

Tabby won World Cup gold in La Plagne in just her second top-tier start in December 2023 as Great Britain celebrated its first female race win since 2015 and she backed up that brilliant showing with bronze in Igls only a week later.

She finished her debut World Cup campaign ranked No10 in the world and was the top junior across the eight-race season.

A silver medal alongside Matt Weston in the team event at the World Championships in Winterberg in January 2024 was another memorable moment in an outstanding season after she came agonisingly close to an individual medal at the global showpiece when she missed the podium by two hundredths of a second when finishing fourth.

Tabby is no stranger to the podium on other circuits, either, having won two golds, a silver and a bronze on her way to overall Europa Cup silver in 2023 and having twice won Junior World Championship (JWC) silver in 2022 and '23. The first of those JWC silvers was British Skeleton's best performance in that competition since double Olympic Champion Lizzy Yarnold triumphed at the same venue in 2012 and it came only a month after her first-ever competition.

Tabby was crowned Junior European Champion in Igls in February 2022 and she won silver at the same event in Altenberg 10 months later.

She became part of the British Skeleton Talent Team via the discover Your Gold campaign in 2019 and went on to finish seventh on her EC debut in Igls in late 2021. 

A former student at City of London School for Girls, Tabby was a British Schools Gymnastics Association national trio champion and also excelled at acrobatics and netball. 


  • Nickname: Tabs

  • Most likely to be spotted: baking brownies
  • Least likely to be found: sewing
  • Me in three: charismatic, caring, courageous
  • Heroes: my mum
  • Random fact: I used to do flying trapeze

  • If I wasn’t a slider: I would be a neuroscientist 

  • Career highlight: winning silver at the Junior World Championships