Jonnie Peacock

One of the stars of London Paralympic Games, the then 19 year-old Jonnie Peacock made history to win the T44 100m ahead of Richard Browne and Alan Oliveira. He has won every title there is to win, the European title twice and the world crown in 2013.

A former world record holder, it certainly has been a whirlwind few years for the Cambridge-born athlete. Despite injuries plaguing the 2015 season, he ran his quickest legal time since 2013 at the European Championships in June.

Under the eye of Dan Pfaff, the coach who guided him to Paralympic gold four years ago, Peacock is set for a fast and furious race in Rio. 

Major results

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

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