|Representing Great Britain|
|2004 Athens||Quadruple sculls|
|2008 Beijing||Quadruple sculls|
|World Rowing Championships|
|2006 Eton||Women's quad|
|2007 Munich||Women's quad|
|2010 Karapiro||Women's quad|
She won a Bronze medal at the 1998 World Junior championships in the Double sculls along with partner Frances Houghton. The following year they both won Gold in the Double sculls at the World Under 23 Championships.
In 2000 Flood won Gold in the Single Sculls at the World Under 23 Championships.
In December 2012 Flood was elected captain of Leander Club, the first time a woman had been appointed to this role in almost 200 years. Her predecessor as Captain was Richard Egington, a medallist with the GB men's eight at both the 2008 Summer Olympics and 2012 Summer Olympics.
- "Russia drug test elevates GB crew". BBC News. 29 January 2007. Retrieved 2011-08-27.
- Kelso, Paul (6 August 2008). "Flood aims to turn tide for Britain on a sea of faith". London: The Guardian. Retrieved 27 May 2011.
- "Interview: Debbie talks to Aled about how her faith has helped her sporting career". BBC Radio 2. Retrieved 12 August 2012.
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