Flemming started her athletics career competing for the Fairpark Little Athletics Club at the Knox Little Athletics Centre. In Australian National Championships, she won thirteen open titles at heptathlon (5), 100 m hurdles (5), 100 m (2) and 100 y (1) events. She was known as the Australian female athlete of the year in 1993. A two-time Olympian, she also competed at the 1986, 1990 and 1994 Commonwealth Games. Her highest score in the heptathlon – 6695 points – set winning the 1990 Commonwealth gold medal even now stands as the Australian checklist at February 2008. When retiring from international competition, Flemming has worked as an athletics commentator in Australia for the Seven Network and SBS Television. She has also represented British Olympic legend Sebastian Coe and other athletes as a business manager, working in both Australia and Great Britain.
In 2006, Flemming was a commentator on Nine Network’s coverage of the 2006 Commonwealth Games, and also appeared on a celebrity special of Temptation. In Auckland, Flemming also won the long jump gold medal, with a career very best of 6.78 m. Her best performance at the Olympic Games was 7th in Seoul 1988. Flemming also placed 7th at the 1993 World Athletics Championships.
|Day of Birth||14-April-1965|
|Place of Birth||Horsham, Victoria, Australia|
|Famous for||Olympic Track And Field Athlete|