In Thai, Nai means Boss. She manages to get her way and win events. Most notably 2 Asian Games Gold Medals, and the Optimist World Championships. Nai also finished a noteworthy 4th at the 29er world championships after having only sailed in the boat for two weeks! When it comes to her putting her mind to winning she ends up on top. She has been away from the sport for a couple of years and has recently become a fully licensed pharmacist and has opened a Pharmacy in Bangkok! Her hiatus from sailing was, however, not a full hiatus, as she would continue to helm a TP 52 team that has been dominant in Asia over the last 4 years.
|1||Optimist World Championships,||Langkawi, MAS||Optimist||2010|
|1||Under 12s Optimist World Championships||Sardinia, ITA||Optimist||2007|
|4||Female Optimist World Championships||Cesme, TUR||Optimist||2008|
|4||Overall Optimist World Championships First Place Female Optimist World Championships,||Niteroi, BRA||Optimist||2009|
|1||First Place Mixed 29er World Championships||Travemunde,, GER||Mixed 29e||2012|
|2||World Championships||Medemblik, NED||Mixed 29e||2016|
* C = SELECTION CONFIRMED TBC = SELECTION TO BE CONFIRMED