Beatrice has represented New Zealand at the Olympic Games on three occasions, in 1996 (Atlanta), 2000 (Sydney), and in 2004 (Athens).
In 1998 she won gold at the Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur and gold again at the Manchester Commonwealth Games in 2002. She won the silver medal at the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Victoria, Canada. At the 2004 Athens Olympics she was the New Zealand Team Captain and flag bearer, a great privilege for any New Zealander.
Beatrice was the 1997 World Track & Field Champion in Athens, Greece, being the first and only New Zealander to win this title. She also won the 2002 World Cup in Madrid, Spain.
In 2005 Beatrice became an Officer of the NZ Order of Merit for her services to New Zealand Athletics.
In 2006 Beatrice was famous for her off-the-field performances with an impressive, and very close, 2nd placing in the Dancing With The Stars competition.
Beatrice is currently training for the 2007 World Track & Field Championships in Osaka, followed by the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.
She is a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations, representing New Zealand and Oceania – the only New Zealander to be bestowed this honour.
Awarded NZ Order of Merit in 2005
Placed 4th at 2005 World Championships
Current World Discuss Ranking of 8th
Placed 7th at Athens 2004 Olympic Games
Athens 2004 Olympic Games Team, Flag Bearer.
Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Team.
2000 19th August Olympic Trials, Sydney 2nd Discus, 63.46m.
March 2000 - 1st NZ Championships.
2000 1st South African Grand Prix.
2000 1st Marley Games NZ.
In 2000 Beatrice took part in the LTSA 'Let's Get It On Campaign" with David Tua.
2000 Endorser for Auckland City Council "Clean Up" Campaign.
Current World Ranking as at 15th August 2000 - Discus 10th 65.41, Pietersburg, 18th March.
1998 Commonwealth Games Gold Medal.
1998 Auckland Resident Record.
1997 Halberg Sports Woman of the Year, Bendon New Zealand Sports Woman of the Year.
Beatrice has continually broken the New Zealand Women's discus record since 1993 taking the record from 55.20m to 68.52m.