The national indoor long jump champion has praised the all-round support supplied to fellow Welsh athletes by the sport’s governing body during the pandemic.
Abrams also singled out Welsh Athletics' national talent development coordinator for jumps and combined events, Fyn Corcoran, for particular praise.
“I literally cannot put into words how grateful I am,” she said. “I have to give all credit to the whole of Welsh Athletics.
“But in particular to Fyn Corcoran. He's got lots of athletes to look after, he's got his own family to look after, and he is supporting me no end, and all from afar.
“There are no boundaries for him and I think that is amazing. I feel super-duper supported, even just people checking in to make sure you're ok.
“But they even go as far as to offer help finding equipment. I don't think there are many governing bodies and individuals who would provide that kind of support.
“So it makes a world of difference and I do feel really fortunate because I realise I'm not in the best location to be supported by Welsh Athletics, but I don't feel like I am left out, which is really good.
“I really can't stress enough how grateful I am to Welsh Athletics. I don't think I would be able to carry on without that support, so that is really important.
“Fyn does zoom sessions maybe three or four times a week. He has been doing it religiously since March.
“It’s such a good atmosphere, such a good motivation and I don't think I have ever seen him look like he doesn't want to be there.
“I am sure there are times when he would rather be having a cup of tea and sit in front of the TV or get his own training done, or spend time with his family.
“He is always there, so enthusiastic and I always think "what an asset". I think it's amazing.”