Naomi Flood

Spanline Supports Australian athletes

Spanline Australia is dedicated to supporting Australian athletes in their quest for success. Most recently, Spanline Australia supported celebrity sportswoman Naomi Flood, who represented Spanline Australia as our Brand Ambassador from 2011 to 2017.

Naomi is a 2-time Olympian, 13-time Australian Representative, 6-time NSW Ironwoman Champion and winner of numerous state, Australian and World Championship titles. One of Naomi’s most recent achievements was qualifying for the 2016 Rio Olympics, delivering an incredible performance in the KI 500m events, making it through to the semi-finals. Spanline are extremely proud of her remarkable achievement in making it to her second Olympic Games and competing against some of the world’s most talented athletes.

Naomi grew up on Sydney’s Northern Beaches where, from a young age she excelled in a number of sports including swimming, surfing and surf lifesaving. Her passion for the ocean urged her to embrace the water as a surf lifesaving nipper, and she’s been dominating the sport ever since.

Naomi first became recognised in 2003 as an eager 17-year-old when she took out the Australian junior board race title and, amazingly, finished fifth in the open Ironwoman event.

Naomi is now regarded as Australia’s most dominant female ski paddler and one of the country’s most gifted Surf Life Savers. She has been described as one of the toughest female performers in Australian sport and is known as one of the fiercest competitors ever to grace the ocean.

Naomi is very well respected not only in her field of sport but also throughout the wider community. In 2014, during one of Australia’s biggest media events of recent years, Naomi was asked to host the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their visit to Manly Beach, also attended by the Prime Minister and the Premier of NSW. Naomi is undoubtedly a celebrity sportswoman of rising influence and status.

Naomi talks about her tough road to qualifying for Rio 2016 and how she went head to head against teammate Jo Brigden-Jones to gain the last spot on the Aussie team.

 

Naomi talks about her tough road to qualifying for Rio 2016 and how she went head to head against teammate Jo Brigden-Jones to gain the last spot on the Aussie team.

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