Susan (Suze) Elizabeth Andrews was born on May 26, 1971 in Hobart, Tasmania. She was grown in her homeland along with her siblings and parents. Susan was interested in sport since her early childhood. She also was interested in graphic design which she studied at University. During her school time and years of College she was active in sports events and was involved in different athletic competitions.
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She began her career in the middle of 80s as a sprinter. She was awarded by scholarship from The Tasmanian Institute of Sport. In the 1988 Susan participated in World Junior Championships at Sudbury, Canada and took a 21st place with a result of 55.82 seconds by competition in the 400 meters. After two years of training she appeared at Commonwealth Games in New Zeeland where she took her silver medal by 10th position.
In the 1990 Susan participated in World Junior Championships again in Bulgaria, where she improved her result with 4th place and 52.23 seconds. Being one of the best Australian runners she was involved in Olympic Games of 1992 in Barcelona, Spain where she took only 7th position. In the 1997 Susan Andrews moved from her native Tasmania to Western Australia for her career as athlete and education in the sphere of design. After her moving she still compete as a Tasmanian athlete on different events and takes a scholarship from TIS before the national sport rules required her to run for Australia.
In the 2000 Susan also was participated in Olympic Games in Sydney, where she represented Australia in 800 meters event and took 24th place with time of 2:03.31 which wasn’t her best result. During her career she got her personal record of 51.55 seconds in the 400 meters which she got in Melbourne in the end of 90s. Another her best result in event of 800 meters was 2:00.32 minutes which she took in Brisbane in the year 2000. The last event in her professional sport career was in the 2003 at World Championships where Susan took 20th place. Hard work during these years made Susan selected for a nine major international competition.
Currently she is retired athlete and works as Athletics coach in Tasmanian Institute of Sport (TIS). Susan is active in the struggle for the rights of the athletes and for the policy of honest conduct of the games in the championships. After Australian athletes wanted to boycott their participation at the World Race Walking Teams Championships and World Junior Championships because of systematic doping by Russia, Susan said “I think it’s unacceptable decision for them, because it won’t be to their benefit if they don’t compete if chosen”. In addition to her sport career she also is a graphic design artist.
Susan is married woman. There is no information about her husband or wedding date. She also has three beautiful children. Currently Susan, her husband and their three sons resides in Australia. There is no information about her net worth.
Last Modified: May 10, 2020