Andrews was born to ride, with her mother an international mountain bike competitor and father an Olympic Games Sprinter and double medallist at the 1990 Commonwealth Games in Auckland.

Andrews showed remarkable skills across both sprint and endurance, winning a gold medal in the team sprint and a bronze in the individual pursuit at the 2016 junior world championships. She converted that to a gold medal the following year in Italy (along with silver in the team pursuit) to earn the Emerging Talent honours at the 2018 Halberg Awards. The young athlete has since refocussed on sprinting with significant success, winning in the keirin at the Oceania Championships. She is currently fifth on the UCI world rankings.

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