| Place Of Birth || Brisbane, Queensland, Australia |
| Residence || Brisbane, Queensland, Australia |
| Marital Status || Single |
| Occupation || Freelance Public Relations Consultant |
| International Debut || 1999 |
| Coach || Eric Brown |
| Club || QEII/QAS |
| Recent Results || Australian Open Championships 2005|
1st in the 100m Hurdles
2nd in the 100m
| Commonwealth |
| Manchester 2002|
Reached the Semis in the 100m Hurdles
| Olympic |
| has not competed |
| Other || Personal Best:|
100m - 11.66 (2005)
100m Hurdles - 13.19 (22-Jun-2002)
100m hurdles - 13.20 (18-Dec-2005)
Fiona's mother, Rev. Marilyn Cullen, is an ordained Deacon Anglican Minister. One of Fiona's goals is to inspire others to follow their dreams and achieve extraordinary things in their lives.
Fiona's nicknames are 'Fi' and 'Flying Fi'. She runs her own company called 'Flying Fi Enterprises'.
Fiona was diagnosed with scoliosis of the back at nine years old, which made her change from athletics to gymnastics. However, a few years later she returned to athletics, and using her gymnastic skills (by the age of twelve she was an eighth level gymnast before retiring from the sport) she moved into Hurdles.
Fiona runs with a band around her lead wrist that bears the letters 'WWJD'. This stands for 'What Would Jesus Do'.
Fiona's 100m Hurdles win at the 2005 Australian Championships was shared with Sally McLellan.
Fiona enjoys playing the flute, bargain hunting at the shops and watching movies.