Dina Asher-Smith is the fastest British woman in history with a list of accolades in recent years which extend well beyond the track.
At last year’s Tokyo Olympics, despite suffering from a hamstring injury, the 26-year-old was part of the women’s 4x100 team that secured a bronze medal in the relay.
And now, in her second Commonwealth Games this summer, she is looking to add some individual golds to her haul of four European, one World and one Commonwealth title.
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4 December 1995
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Blackheath and Bromley