Shirley Ann Robertson was born on 15 July 1968, Dundee. Shirley Robertson is a Scottish sailor and Olympic gold medalist. She made it in the history books by becoming the first British woman to win two Olympic gold medals at consecutive games, Sydney 2000 and Athens 2004.
She won his first Olympic gold medal in the Europe class at the Summer Olympics in 2000. The 2004 Summer Olympics, the team secured the gold medal in the Yngling class with one race to spare. Shirley's World Sailor of the Year at the International Sailing Federation in 2000 and was awarded the MBE and OBE in 2005 was in 2000. She was sailing the regular presenter of the mainsail in January 2006 to a monthly program on CNN in the world.
He is also a commentator for the BBC's coverage of the Olympic Sailing Summer Games in 2008. Her role at the Olympic Games is through its holding in the London Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games Sport Advisory Group. Shirley spent her childhood in Menstrie central Scotland. She began Sailing at age of 7 to navigation on a mirror dinghy miracle girl whose father built their house with garage in Clackmannanshire, and they sailed on Loch Ard in the Trossachs.
A child with the ability to concentrate and think that you can achieve anything with hard work and listen to those around you paid for it defines. She quickly got wrong, and his quest for Olympic gold medal at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh in 1990. Shirley married her partner Jamie Boag in June 2001; she lives today in Cowes on the Isle of Wight. She gave birth to twins in July 2006 kids. Olympic Sailing Tickets for London Olympic Games are On Sale at Sport Ticket Exchange.