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Jeanette Kwakye Athletics

PB 100m: 11.14sec
PB 200m: 23.11sec
100m & 200m, UK 2007
Indoor 60m, AAA 2005
100m, U23 2003-05
60m, U20 indoor 2002
4x100m Gold, World Juniors 2002
Degree in Politics and Economics

Over the past two years Jeanette has emerged as one of Britain’s brightest young female sprint talents following on from a promising rise through the junior ranks.

In 2007 at the European Indoors in Birmingham, she impressively won her semi-final in 7.17 seconds – this was the equal second fastest in the UK ever, and then narrowly missed out on a bronze medal in a photo finish decision in the final.

She made up for it a year later when she won silver at the World Indoors, breaking a 22 year old British record in the process. She took her excellent form into the summer of 2008 and became the first British woman to reach an Olympic 100m final for 24 years – she placed 6th in Beijing.

Post Beijing Olympics Jeanette unfortunately had to undergo knee surgery which meant a long period away from the track and alot of rehabilitation.

She is now back to her best and started the 2012 season with a great win at the UK indoor trials, but opted not to compete at the World Indoor Champs in Turkey and instead focus on her training and preparation for the start of the 2012 outdoor season building to the Games in July.

Her goal is to win a medal at the Olympic Games that take place just down the road from her home in East London.

Known as the Chingford Flier Jeanette grew up in East London and passes the 2012 Olympic Athletes Village everyday on her way to training at the Lee Valley Hi Pac.

Jeanette has a degree in politics and economics from Loughborough University.

When not training on the track or in the gym Jeanette enjoys going out with her friends, loves music and enjoys watching tennis.

Achievements

Personal bests
100m 11.14 (2008), 11.24w (2007), 200m 23.11 (2007)
Indoors: 60m 7.08 (2008), 200m 24.31 (2004)

Results

Championship Highlights
Olympic Games, 6th place Beijing 2008 Final
European Indoors, Birmingham, GBR – 60m 4th
European Indoors, 2005, 60m Semi Final
World University Games, 100m Semi Final
European U23 100m & 4x100m 7th & 6th
World Juniors, 2002, 4x100m Gold

National Championships

Won UK 100m & 200m 2007, AAA Indoor 60m 2005, U23 100m 2003-05, 200m 2005; U20 indoor 60m 2002

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