Ms Fitness World Champion

In November 2000, competing for the first time in the sport of Body Shaping where after a five-year retirement from all international competition, stunned the sporting world once again by winning Gold and the title of Ms. Fitness World Champion 2000.
Sporting career

Aerobics - 3 Times World Aerobic Champion

So dominant was Sue Stanley in the sport of Competitive Aerobics that she was undefeated both at a National and International level for 4 years. Amassing an amazing 35 consecutive wins, for 3 World Championship titles, numerous international titles and 9 consecutive Australian and National Championships. Without doubt, Sue Stanley is the queen of her sport.

Sue's successive wins of the World Cup Aerobic Championship in Japan made her the only woman in the history of the sport to ever successfully defend a World Title.

Sue's amazing sporting achievements soared to an unparalleled level with her win in the 1994/5 World Aerobic Championships in Las Vegas. Her dream of becoming the only aerobic athlete to win three World Championships became a reality.

Water Skier - 1988 Seoul Olympic

Sue was a member of the Mulwala Water Ski Club and was a competent tournament skier which included Jump, Trick and Slalom skiing and a show skier with her forte being the top skier in the 3 tier pyramid. In 1988 Water Skiing was selected in the Seoul Olympics as a demonstration sport. Sue performed in the Opening Ceremony on the Hahn River in Korea.


Sue started her career as an elite Gymnast achieving International Level 10 status. Sue was one of the first scholarship holders at the Australian Institute of Sport and performed in numerous State, National and International competitions.

Sport Australia Hall of Fame Member

Recognised by her peers - Sue is a member of the Sport Australia Hall of Fame - Member and a recipient of the Advance Australia Award for recognition in her sporting achievements.