Prudence Rose Fowler
PO Box 56098
Dominion Road
Mount Eden

NZ Phone:+64 9 6232962 UK Phone:+44 203 5191561


Prue Fowler

18 year old Prudence (aka Prue) attended Diocesan School for Girls after being awarded a Sports Scholarship in 2017 (previously at Mt Albert Grammar School, where she was a member of their swimming and rowing academies and played for their Premier Girls Water Polo team as well as representing MAGS for cycling, open water swimming and triathlon and getting National Medals in each of the sports). 
She is currently studying nursing at Auckland University of Technology after being awarded an academic scholarship following her exceptional academic results at Diocesan School for Girls.  She is an Oxygen Advantage® Functional Breathing Instructor and currently undertaking a yoga coaching course with "yoga alliance - my vinyasa practise".  Prue recently attained a "Diploma in Commercial Skydiving" with over 175 jumps to her name. She also personally coaches younger female cyclists at the weekends and holds a Comprehensive Workplace First Aid Certificate.
Her goal is to go to the Olympics, but she has not decided what sport to specialise in yet, although with 28 National Cycling Titles and held 5 National Cycling Time Trial Records and National Track Record it currently looks like Cycling!

News - February 2021
A week after getting a Silver Medal at the National Road Time Trial Event, Prudence followed this up with 2 Gold Medals at the U19 National Track Championships, defending her Points Race title for the 3rd year running as well as successfully defending her Team Sprint Title.  

News - February 2020

After winning a Gold Team Pursuit Medal at the Oceania Track Cycling Championships, Prudence followed this up with 2 Gold Medals and 2 Silver Medals at the U19 National Track Championships in January this year.  Prudence's amazing Track Season was good enough to secure her selection to the Junior World Track Championships in Cairo, Egypt (16-21 August) proudly representing New Zealand - read more...  

News - October 2019

With the National Schools Championships in Palmerston North wrapping up the 2019 Cycling Season, Prudence finished the Season consistently and with an amazing show of 11 medals at a National Level and her highest amount of Individual Golds (7) to date.

  • 7 National Cycling Titles (6 Road, 1 Track)
  • 2 National Silver Medals (1 Road, 1 Track)
  • 2 National Bronze Medal (2 Track - 2 Team)
  • National ITT Record

28th April 2019 - WHAT A WEEK?

Cycling New Zealand selected Prudence in the NZ Team to compete at the Oceania Track Cycling Championships at Invercargill in October. Read More...
Prudence a few days later cemented her place as one of the top young cycling talents as she claimed back-to-back double gold medals in the under 17 girls in the Time Trial and Road Race to claim the Road Treble alongside the Criterium she won earlier in the season, a truly remarkable performance. Read More...

Prudence came way with four medals (Gold, Silver and 2 Bronze) at the 2019 National Track Championships in Cambridge.  A sterling effort considering she was knocked down by a car only a few days before the event and rode with a fractured finger and some bruised legs.

The 2019 Cycling season kicked off with the National Age Group Criterium Cycling Championships in Takapuna Auckland.  Prudence dominated the race and with one lap to go made a break and won by 6 seconds over the rest of the field, taking her tally of National Titles to 18 and still only 15 years old.  Great start to the season.


News - October 2018

With the National Schools Championships in Christchurch wrapping up the 2018 Cycling Season, Prudence finished the Season consistently and with an amazing show of 12 medals at a National Level

  • 8 National Cycling Titles (5 Road, 3 Track - 2 Team)
  • 3 National Silver Medals (3 Road)
  • 1 National Bronze Medal (1 Track - 1 Team)
  • National ITT Record (becoming the fastest NZ U17 EVER over 4km by 5 seconds as an U16)
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