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What did Christine Ohuruogu win?

What did Christine Ohuruogu win?

gold medal
Ohuruogu won a gold medal for England in the 400 m at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in a personal best time of 50.28 seconds, beating favourite Tonique Williams-Darling in both the semi-final and the final.

What happened Christine Ohuruogu?

Now 35, she retired in 2018 and recently completed her second degree, in law, at Queen Mary University of London, near her old Mile End training base. She is doing work experience sitting alongside a crown court judge. In September she will enrol at law school.

Where is Christine Ohuruogu from?

London, United Kingdom
Christine Ohuruogu/Place of birth

What did Sally Gunnell do?

She is the only female British athlete to have won Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth titles, and was the first female 400 metres hurdler in history to win the Olympic and World titles and break the world record.

Why did Christine Ohuruogu get banned?

Christine Ohuruogu has said she is “devastated” after receiving a one-year suspension from UK Athletics for missing three drug tests in 18 months. The 22-year-old now faces a lifelong Olympic ban handed down automatically by the British Olympic Association to any competitor who commits a doping violation.

When did Kelly Holmes retire?

Dame Kelly Holmes DBE OLY (born 19 April 1970) is a retired English middle distance athlete. Holmes specialised in the 800 metres and 1,500 metres events and won a gold medal for both distances at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens….Personal bests.

Event 1500 metres
Time 3:57.90
Venue Athens, Greece
Date 28 August 2004

What is the 400m hurdles world record?

The best male athletes can run the 400 m hurdles in a time of around 47 seconds, while the best female athletes achieve a time of around 53 seconds. The current men’s and women’s world record holders are Karsten Warholm with 45.94 seconds and Sydney McLaughlin with 51.46 seconds.

What does Kelly Holmes do now?

Holmes, now 50, started offering free sessions on Instagram last year, but has just launched Lunch Date With Kelly on YouTube, 20-minute live workouts at 12.30pm on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday each week. She lives in Kent, where she has a small herd of alpacas.