| Place Of Birth || Mackay, Queensland, Australia |
| Residence || Queensland, and Canberra, Australia |
| Occupation || Swimmer/Student |
| Coach || Vince Raleigh |
| Influential Person || Her parents and coach |
| Idol || Susie O'Neill |
| Recent Results || FINA World Championships (Montreal, July-2005)|
8th in the 200m Freestyle (2:00.02)
6th in the 400m Freestyle (4:08.75)
11th in the 800m Freestyle (8:38.27)
2nd in the 4 x 200m Freestyle relay (7:54.06)
| Commonwealth |
| has not competed |
| Olympic |
| Athens 2004|
7th in the heat of the 200m Freestyle (2:02.04)
7th in the 400m Freestyle (4:10.92)
3rd in the heat of the 800m Freestyle (8:35.90)
2nd in the heat of the 4 x 200m Freestyle relay (8:01.85)
| Other || Linda won gold in the 200m Freestyle at the 2001 World Championships and at the same meet was a member of the fateful 4 x 200m Freestyle relay team that was disqualified for jumping in the pool.|
She first started swimming when she was six years old.
She was named the 2001 Daily Mercury Sports Person of the Year.
She had a great year in 2005 as she qualified for two individual finals and won a relay medal at the World Championships in Montreal.
At the 2004 Olympic Trials she became the first woman since Anna McVann in 1984 to win the 200/400/800m Freestyle treble at an Australian championships - and she consequently qualified for her first Olympics.