Her European debut, at just 17-years-old, saw her bring home four medals, including the SB14 100m breaststroke title and three bronzes, in the S14 200m freestyle, S14 100m butterfly and SM14 200m individual medley events. Just over a year later, Louise, who was supported by SportsAid in 2016 and 2017, became a world champion at the World Para Swimming Championships in London in 2019 as she took the SB14 100m breaststroke title.
The Welwyn Garden City-based swimmer also returned bronze in the S14 200m individual medley and finished fourth in the S14 200m freestyle. Louise had actually earned a call-up to the World Para Swimming Championships in Mexico City back in 2017, where she was set to make her international bow, but an earthquake in the host country led to a postponement being made. Louise, now 20, is eyeing up the Paralympic Games in Tokyo this summer.