SPRINT king Jonnie Peacock received gold medals in each the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Paralympics.
He was additionally appointed MBE within the 2013 New 12 months Honours for companies to athletics – and was strutting his stuff on the Strictly 2017 dancefloor till leaving the present in week 9. This is his inspirational story…
What’s Jonnie Peacock’s background?
Jonnie Peacock was born in Cambridge on Could 28, 1993.
On the age of 5 he contracted meningitis, which led to him having his proper leg amputated under the knee.
He initially needed to play soccer, however his athletics prowess was quickly found throughout his time at college.
How has Jonnie Peacock’s athletics profession labored out?
Jonnie Peacock set a brand new 100 metres world document in amputee sprinting in June 2010 within the US when he ran 10.85 seconds.
He received Olympic gold for the primary time in entrance of a house viewers on the London 2012 Video games, when he ran 10.90 secs within the 100m T44 last.
Extremely, the Cambridge runner then defended his Olympic crown by successful the 100m on the 2016 Rio Paralympics, even bettering his London time with 10.81secs.
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Strictly Come Dancing launched on September 9 on BBC One, with the live shows kicking off on September 23.
Strictly always airs on BBC One in two parts. The main show is on Saturday normally around 7pm and the results show airs on Sunday at a similar time.
There will be a Christmas special again in 2017, with the celebrity participants announced in early November.
This year sees a new judging lineup after head judge Len Goodman retired.
He is replaced by Shirley Ballas who joins returning judges Bruno Tonioli, Darcey Bussell and Craig Revel-Horwood on the panel.
There are three new professional dancers joining the existing pros; Dianne Buswell, Amy Dowden and Nadiya Bychkova.