Lisa is best known for her long and successful swimming career, having competed in three Olympic Games, two World Championships, and three Commonwealth Games.
Her competitive swimming career spans 23 years during which she collected 24 gold medals, 21 silver medals and 8 bronze medals at international competitions. Lisa also coached the Riggeroos outrigger team to 4 World Championships in Hawaii, the first Australian team ever to do so in the history of the race, and was the first Australian ever to win the Hawaiian Moloakia-Ohau 66km solo race.
This mother of 3 has also had great success as a businesswoman, motivational speaker, author, personal trainer, TV and radio presenter, elite coach and following a major personal health scare, Lisa set about regaining her vitality and zest for life with her trademark determination, focusing this time on improving her exercise regime and diet.
Believing that many people want to make a similar change in their lives but are confused about where to start, Lisa’s passion today is to inspire others through her own experience through here One Life, One Chance Aussie Roadtrip that sees her travelling to regional and rural towns all over Australia giving locals the chance to talk and work with her one on one and providing a range of activities including community training sessions and public seminars, “A Night with Lisa”, where she conveys a unique and powerful message to share with other Australians, to encourage them to improve the quality of their lives through sensible weight loss and exercise and to reverse the growing trend of increasing levels of obesity and heart disease in both children and adults.... Read more.