Halliday in 2008
|Competitor for Australia|
|2000||Lightweight coxless quad-scull|
|2001||Lightweight coxless quad-scull|
She won three world championships - the lightweight quad scull in 2001 (with Jo Francou, Catriona Roach and Sally Causby) and the lightweight double scull in 2002 (with Sally Causby) and 2007 (with Margeurite Houston).
Halliday also competed in the 2004 Olympic Games with double-partner Sally Newmarch, setting a world-best time in their heat before coming fourth in the final. Named South Australia's Sports Star of 2007 she was pre-selected for the Beijing Olympics where her crew placed 8th in a 'disappointing' performance.
In late 2008 Halliday swapped her row boat for a bicycle, training with the South Australian Sports Institute squad. While riding for MB Cycles, Halliday won her first ever cycle tour, the NZCT Women's Tour of New Zealand in February 2009.
Most recently she was named the Amy Gillett Foundation Scholarship winner
On 17 January 2011 Amber was hospitalised after a racing accident sustained at Victoria Park Racecourse, Adelaide
In September 2011 her recovery was documented by the Australian Broadcasting Commission's program, Contact Sport.
- 4th National Time Trial Championships, AUS
- 1st Sprint Classification, National Road Race, AUS
- 1st Overall Women's Tour of New Zealand, NZL
- 6th Chongming Island Time Trial (1.1 UCI), CHN
- 2nd Women's Time Trial Honda Hybrid Tour (Formerly Herald Sun Women's Tour), AUS
- 2nd Overall Honda Hybrid Tour (Formerly Herald Sun Women's Tour), AUS
- 25th Giro Donne, ITA
- 1st Woman Annual Hell of the Marianas Century Cycle, FSM
- 1st National Time Trial Champion Title
- 9th National Road Race
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Amber Halliday.|
- "Amber Halliday". Rowing Australia. Retrieved 25 November 2011.
- Life Impact
- Olympic Rower Wins NZCT Women's Cycle Tour of New Zealand
- Adelaide Now, 18 January 2001,http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/amber-halliday-suffers-head-injuries-in-cycling-accident/story-e6frea83-1225990090981
- Contact Sport, ABC, 16 September 2011,http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-09-16/contact-sport-friday-16-september/2903912