Debbie Flintoff - King
Debbie Flintoff-King has competed for Australia in two Olympic games two world championships and three commonwealth games.
Debbie broke the curve by winning the first gold medal for Australia, in track and field, for 20 years in 1988 Olympic games, Winning the 400m hurdles.
Debbie Flintoff-King has been awarded with some of the most prestigious awards including an Order of Australia Medal, the Advance Australia Award, the ABC Sports Award, the Confederation of Sportswoman of the Year, and numerous State and National Awards. Debbie was also inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Debbie captained the Australian Athletic Team at the 1986 Commonwealth Games held in Edinburgh as well as the World Championships in Rome in 1987.
In 1988 Debbie was Australia's highest ranked International Athlete.
More recently her attentions have been focused on coaching, chairing, directing and advising a number of athletics boards and programmes.
A competent and articulate inspiring speaker, Debbie Flintoff-King is an ambassador for Australian athletics, tells the inspiring and encouraging story of her athletic success.
Speaker Topics Include:
Achieving Your Goals
The Olympic Dream