|Born||13 April 1988|
|Alma mater||University College London|
Started rowing age 12 at St Leonard's School, Durham. At the 2005 World Junior Championships, he finished 7th overall in the coxed four. At U16 level, he competed in the pair in the J16 GB v France Match. Both he and the GB team won the match. In 2006, he became World Junior Champion in the men's four.
As a Great Britain squad captain at the 2007 Youth Olympic Festival in Australia, Noddy won three medals: two golds in the coxless four and the pair, and a silver in the eight. In the 2009 World Championships in Račice he won a bronze medal at the World U23 Championships in the men's eight.
At the 2011 World Rowing Championships in Bled, Nathaniel and crew mates Alex Partridge, James Foad, Cameron Nichol, Moe Sbihi, Greg Searle, Tom Ransley, Dan Ritchie and Phelan Hill won a silver medal in the men's eight.
In the 2015 season he won gold in the men's four at the 2015 European Rowing Championships in Poznan, along with crewmates Alan Sinclair, Tom Ransley and Scott Durant. The same crew finished fifth at the World Cup in Varese. At the 2015 World Rowing Championships in Aiguebelette he won the gold medal in coxed pairs with Matthew Tarrant and Henry Fieldman.
Junior World Championships
- 2005 – 7th, Coxed Four
- 2006 Bosbaan – Gold, Coxless Four
World U23 Championships
- 2007 6th, Men's Eight
- 2008 5th, Men's Eight
- 2009 Račice – Bronze, Men's Eight
- 2010 Brest – Silver, Men's Eight
- 2011 Bled – Silver, Men's Eight
- 2013 Chungju – 5th, Coxless Four
- 2014 Amsterdam ��� Gold, Men's Eight
- 2015 Aiguebelette – Gold, Men's Coxed Pair
European Rowing Championships
- 2008 6th, Men's Eight
- 2014 4th, Coxless Pair
- 2015 Poznan – Gold, Coxless Four