| Place Of Birth || Sydney, New South Wales, Australia |
| Residence || Sydney, Australia & Valencia, Spain |
| Marital Status || Married |
| Occupation || Athlete |
| International Debut || 1993 |
| Coach || Matt White |
| Club || Randwick Botany Harriers |
| Recent Results || Australian Championships 2005|
1st in the 20km Road Walk
World Walking Cup 2004
4th in the 20km Road Walk (Team 5th)
| Commonwealth |
| Manchester 2002|
Gold in the 20km Walk (1:36:34)
Kuala Lumpur 1998
Gold in the 10km Walk
8th in the 10km Walk
| Olympic |
| Athens 2004|
Bronze in the 20km Walk (1:29:25)
disqualified in the 20km Walk
26th in the 10km Walk
| Other || Personal Best:|
10km Road Walk - 42:15.00 (1999)
3000m Track Walk - 12:27.7 (1993)
5000m Track Walk - 21:32.3 (1997)
20km Race Walk - 1:27.44.0 (Naumburg, 02-May-2004) Oceania Record
18th in 20km Race Walking (as at 13-Mar-2006, IAAF)
Jane is thrilled with the honour of carrying the flag and leading the Australian team into the Opening Ceremony for the Games.
Jane's disqualification in the 20km walk in Sydney was doubly painful, as not only was she leading at the time there was only 200m to go until she crossed the finish line.
Jane is also a member of the South Maroubra Surf Lifesaving Club. She has competed in the Devondale iron-woman series in 1994/1995, the Australian Surf Lifesaving Championships in 1991-1995 and between 1988 and 1992 Jane contested the 200m Butterfly and 200 Individual Medley at the Australian Age Swimming Championships.
Jane's coach Matt White is also her husband and a professional cyclist. They competed together in Athens as one of only two married couples in the Australian team.
Jane's sister Natalie is also a Race-Walker, and has represented Australia at two World Championships and two World Walking cups. Natalie will be a part of the team for Melbourne 2006.
Jane holds the Commonwealth Record in the 20km walk, a record she set in 2004 in Naumburg in a time of 1:27.44.0.
She also set a new Commonwealth Games record with her gold medal performance in the event, running a sprightly 1:32.46. Her sister-in-law Natalie and fellow Australian Cheryl Webb came second and third in that event respectively, capping all three medals for Australia.