|Date of Birth||
29 August 1988
|Place of Birth||
Sutton and District
Harry Aikines-Aryeetey repeated his feat from Gold Coast 2018 to win men's 4x100m gold at Birmingham 2022.
The experienced athlete has seen it all, competing at every major event and continued his strong Commonwealth record with a second successive gold, and third medal in a row in the relay after earning silver at Glasgow 2014.
Gold in Birmingham is the latest addition to the swathe of medals Aikines-Aryeetey boasts, with a further three European golds and World bronze in the 4x100m relay, plus a European bronze in the 100m, to add to the list.
He first realised his speed and potential whilst running away from a dog when he was younger and quickly broke onto the scene in 2003, setting a European U14 best of 10.83 for 100m.
Hailed as a running prodigy, Aikines-Aryeetey won the 2005 BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year and IAFF's Rising Star of the Year after winning gold at both the 100m and 200m at the World Youth Championships.