Jonnie Peacock

Jonnie Peacock was one of the stars of the London Paralympic Games when the then 19-year-old made history to win the T44 100m ahead of Richard Browne and Alan Oliveira.

Peacock has won every major medal available with gold at London followed by a repeat four years later at Rio 2016. 

He claimed World Championships gold in 2013 in Lyon but injury meant he was unable to defend his title two years later - though he did claim the title four years later at London 2017. 

At European level he has been equally prolific with gold medals coming at the IPC European Championships in Swansea in 2014 and Grosseto in 2016. 

Major results

2016 Rio Paralympic Games, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
T44 100m
Gold
2012 Paralympic Games, London, United Kingdom
T44 100m
Gold
2017 IPC Athletics World Championships, London, United Kingdom
T44 100m
Gold
2013 IPC Athletics World Championships, Lyon, France
T44 100m
Gold
2016 IPC Athletics European Championships, Grosseto, Italy
T44 100m
Gold
2014 IPC Athletics European Championships, Swansea, Wales
T44 100m
Gold

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