"I feel confident because, after Munich and the National Schools Championships, I have built up a lot of racing experience. That is so important.
in the country.
With her senior counterparts battling for medals on the water at Dorney Lake at London 2012, Bartlett admitted she had been inspired to wring every ounce of potential out of her body, adding: "We have been watching the Olympics whenever we can during our breaks. It is a great way to keep us going.
"The Germans will be our main rivals. They have won our event nine times in the last ten years but that is a record that is there to be beaten."
NOTTINGHAM rower Katie Bartlett has admitted that a tremendous summer of success will count for nothing unless she tastes victory at this month's Nike Air Max Thea Premium Black Anthracite
The teenager was one of the Air Max Thea Butterfly stars of the show for Nottingham Rowing Club at the National Schools Championships and is set to compete in the GB junior women's quad alongside Lucy Burgess, Jessica Leyden and Jo Unsworth in Plovdiv later this month.
"I am definitely aiming for that but at the moment I am waiting on my exam results. Then, hopefully, I will be off to Loughborough University to combine a degree with my rowing."
Bartlett was part of the quadruple sculls team that claimed gold for Great Britain at the Munich Regatta in May, one of three medals brought home by the East Midlands rower.
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Junior World Championships in Bulgaria.
"There are about 40 of us here and we are all working towards getting medals in two weeks' time," said the youngster, who benefits from being a member of the Lloyds TSB Local Heroes programme.
"Of course, I still have to train very hard and I am doing that as well. At the moment, we are doing three sessions each day, averaging about 12km each time we go out onto the water.
Bartlett is currently being put through her paces with the rest of the Junior World Championship squad at an intensive training camp in Pangbourne as the team fine tune their preparations.
The sixth former who is coached by Julie Edwards also won bronze in the double sculls and silver in the quad.
The 18 year old, who has just completed her A Levels at Trinity School in Aspley, is building a reputation as one of the Nike Air Max Thea Red And White
"I am pleased with the way things have gone throughout this summer but this is the one I want to win.
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