The Bristol-born, Edinburgh-based judoka has pledged her allegiance to Scotland for Glasgow's Commonwealth Games 2014, then there is the small matter of a return to Rio in 2016, when she will hoping to become the first Briton to win an Olympic judo gold.
Fifth at the world championships in 2009, this week's event will give her a yardstick of how much she has to do. A medallist in the test event for London 2012, she lost in the second round of last year's Olympics to Edith Bosch, a former world champion and four-times European champion. It is that sort of company she is intent on keeping over the next few years.
"The girls that are around at the moment will more than likely be around for the next Olympic cycle. I have fought loads of them before and they have beaten me and I have beaten them so I think it will just come down to who can improve the most and who has the better day," she said. "I believe I can pick up an Olympic medal and, if that's the case, why can't it be gold? I'm definitely aiming for that.
"It depends on how you've prepared, how you feel on that day, how your fights are going and you also need a bit of luck. Sometimes it's just your day and you're feeling amazing and things are just going your way. I think if everything can come together on that one day, then you can do well.
"There are a lot of mind games being played. If I lose to someone then I will go away with my coaches to work on something and so, when I face them again, then it is the opponent who has to work on how to combat that within the fight.
"You always have to be learning and thinking and be able to change things during the fight and there are so many different things going on that people watching may not realise. There's a lot more to it than just grabbing hold of someone's kit and trying to throw them!
"Everyone is individual and, for me, it's more about the drilling and having a clear understanding of what I'm going into in each fight. I need to have a clear goal of what I am going to be doing."
Conway would love to bring back a medal from Rio. "I've never had a world or European medal so to get my first in Rio would just be amazing."