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Jonnie Peacock MBE

Double Paralympic T44 100m Champion

News

Jonnie Peacock: I've been in injury hell but delay has put me back on track

1 April 2020

Jonnie Peacock: I've been in injury hell but delay has put me back on track

IT'S been interesting to see everyone's reaction to Tokyo 2020 being put back a year because of the coronavirus pandemic. For me, it is very good news. I have been recovering from a knee injury and the news the Paralympics will now take place next August and September means I have almost 18 months to prepare.

Man and boy: Jonnie Peacock as he prepares for the Paralympics

29 August 2019

Man and boy: Jonnie Peacock as he prepares for the Paralympics

Double Paralympic champion sprinter Jonnie Peacock from Cambridgeshire has been talking to ITV News Anglia about targets for the Paralympic Games in Tokyo in 2010. It is now less than one year to the start of the Paralympics in Japan on Tuesday 25 August 2019.

Paralympian Jonnie Peacock On Learning To Embrace His Disability: 'Life Throws You Curveballs'

7 July 2019

Paralympian Jonnie Peacock On Learning To Embrace His Disability: 'Life Throws You Curveballs'

For some, self-care is yoga and meditation. For Paralympian Jonnie Peacock, it's playing Fifa on his Xbox with mates. "I know it sounds weird," he admits. "But when you play Xbox you kind of go into autopilot where everything else just goes, so you're only focusing on the task at hand " no stress in the world can touch you in that situation and it's nice just to deload."

Jonnie Peacock's passion reignited

15 June 2019

Jonnie Peacock's passion reignited

The two-time Paralympic champion tells Jessica Whittington how his love for athletics is back with a vengeance The saying goes that absence makes the heart grow fonder and that is certainly the case for Jonnie Peacock, who has regained a real hunger for athletics following a break from the sport.

21 April 2019

Jonnie Peacock interview: 'Parasport is about people putting themselves out there and not having fear'

Jonnie Peacock has come a long way since he announced himself with a finger to the lips and a mind-boggling burst of speed at the London 2012 Paralympics.