| Place Of Birth || Geelong, Victoria, Australia |
| Residence || Canberra, Australian Capital Territory |
| Marital Status || Married |
| Occupation || Athlete |
| Coach || Craig Hillard |
| Club || Bellarine Athletics / AIS |
| Recent Results || 1st in the 50km - 3:47.51 (Telstra Australian Men's 50km Road Walking Championship, May-2005) |
| Commonwealth |
| Manchester 2002|
Gold in 20km Walk (1:25.35)
Gold in 50km Walk (3:52.40, CR)
Kuala Lumpur 1998
Bronze in 20km Walk (1:26.06)
| Olympic |
| Athens 2004|
Bronze in 20km Walk (1:20.02)
disqualified in 50km Walk (34km)
8th in 20km Walk (1:21.03)
6th in 50km Walk (3:47.29, PB)
| Injuries || Nathan has struggled with a hamstring injury in late 2005. He was forced to withdraw from the world championships in August after tearing the tendon in his left leg. He is planning to have an operation in May 2006 to fix the condition. |
| Other || Personal Best:|
3000m Walk - 11:17.0 (1998)
5000m Walk - 19:27.4 (1997)
10,000m Walk - 38:44.87 (2002)
20,000m Walk - 1:19:48.1 (Brisbane, Australia, 04-Sep-2001) Oceania Record
20km Walk - 1:17.33 (Cixi, 23-Apr-2005) Oceania Record
50km Walk - 3:39.43 (Melbourne, Australia, 07-Dec-2003) Oceania Record
4th in the 20-50km Walk (as at 17-Oct-2005, IAAF)
In the lead-in to the 2006 Commonwealth Games, Nathan set a new Australian 20km Walk record and the world's fastest time for 2005 at the IAAF Race Walking Challenge in China.
Nathan was the vice captain of the Australian team at the World Junior Championships in 1996.
Nathan was the 1999 recipient of the AIS Vocation Award for exceptional performance in athletics and academic studies.
Nathan's father is a former national Ten Pin Bowling champion.
Nathan made the 50km walk in 3:42.53, winning gold and setting a new games record.