|Date of Birth
2 August 1998
|Place of Birth
With four Commonwealth medals, Giarnni Regini-Moran claimed Birmingham 2022 as his own.
The artistic gymnast was part of the men's team that secured team gold in front of a home crowd before grabbing a double silver in the vault and parallel bars.
Top that off with his bronze on the floor and Regini-Moran is a name to be remembered.
A horrific career-threatening injury in 2016 left Regini-Moran on the operating table for six hours of reconstructive surgery, with four metal screws in his leg.
After a year of rehab following that fall from the high bar, he then fractured his ankle but the 2014 Youth Olympian, winning three golds and two silvers, made it to Tokyo 2020.
There he took an impressive fourth in the team event, registering Team GB’s highest individual score in the final with 15.166 on the parallel bars ahead of his first Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Since his Commonwealth success, Regini-Moran had even more home soil triumph, picking up World Championship gold in the floor and silver in the vault.