Life achievements

Events

Attends, State Primary School Championship in Brisbane

1981

Bruce Barber, stepfather (first coach)

1982

Stepfather who became her coach

Wins gold and bronze medals, Australian Primary School Championship (APSC)

1983

Wins Gold medal, (APSC)

1984

Attends the Pacific Games, Sydney

1984

Coach by Mike Danila, selected then for Commonwealth Games (CWG) in Auckland

1989

Went 5th in IAAF world junior championships( 200m)

1990

Aboriginal athlet of the year, Young Australian of the year

1990

Sister Anne-Marie Death

1990

Gold Medalist in 4x100 metres relay team, Auckland (CWG) New Zealand

1990

Gold medalist in 200m sprint, Silver Medallist in 100m

1990

Part of Five person team taking australia olypic to Japan

1990

Equal first in 200meters, Australian Championships

1991

Coach by Peer Fortune

1991

Reserve, Champioships in Tokyo

1991

Melbourne, trains with Poelene Boyle

1991

7th in 4x400 metres relay in barcelora Olypics

1992

2nd in 200metres at IAAF World Junior Championships in Seoul

1992

British 400metres Champion

1992

Ranked 8th in World, 200 metres in Stuttgart IAAF World Championships

1993

ranked 4th in the world, 200meters

1994

3rd in 200m, 4x100 relay and 6th in 400 metres,(IAAF)

1994

Gold Medalist in 200 and 400metres, Silver in 4x400metres relay team (Commonwealth Games)

1994

1st person to beat Perec since the 1992 olympics

1995

finish 4th in 400m, World Championship in Barcelona

1995

Rank #2 in the world, 400m

1995

Finished 11th in 200m

1996

Wins five out of six races over six weeks

1996

Silver in 400metres at Atlanta Olypics ( 48.63seconds )

1996

Beats Marie-Jo Perec in Bussels

1996

World Championships, Athen

1997

1st in 400m, 2nd in 200m at Australian Championships

1997

Lights The Olympic Flame

2000

Attends the Sydney Olympic Games

2000

Overall champion in 400metres

2000

Waved both Australian and aboriginal flag after race

2000