|Born||20 April 1960|
Flintoff-King was born in Melbourne, the daughter of Richmond footballer Les Flintoff, and made her international debut at the 1982 Brisbane Commonwealth Games, winning the 400m hurdles in a Commonwealth record time of 55.89.
Flintoff finished sixth in the inaugural event at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. In 1986, after setting Australian records at both the 400m flat and 400m hurdles during the year, she won both events at the 1986 Edinburgh Commonwealth Games.
She won a gold medal at the 1988 Seoul Olympics despite having just received news of her sister, Noeline's death. Her winning time of 53.17 seconds is the current Australian record.
Flintoff-King was one of the bearers of the Olympic Torch at the opening ceremony of the 2000 Sydney Olympics. She carried the Olympic Torch at the stadium, as one of the runners for the final segment, before the lighting of the Olympic Flame.
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