Australian sprinter who competed as Australia's 200 meters representative at the 2016 Rio Olympics. She finished in 9th place overall there.
She competed at her first major junior tournament in 2010 at the World Junior Championships. She went on to finish in 16th in the 200 meter sprint.
She finished in the top 40 at the 2015 World Championships in the 200 meter event. She finished with her then-personal best time at the 2016 Rio Olympics in the 200 meter event at 22.50 seconds.
She was born and raised in Sydney, Australia.
She competed against the eventual 200 meter winner Dafne Schippers at the 2015 World Championships.