|Date of Birth||
13 July 1995
|Place of Birth||
Racers Track Club
Zharnel Hughes added Commonwealth gold and silver to his collection at Birmingham 2022 after a successful stint on the track.
The second-fastest British man of all time earned a second men's 4x100m relay gold, successfully defending the title he won on the Gold Coast as well as winning 200m silver.
Hughes crossed the line first in the 200m at Gold Coast 2018 only to be disqualified, but went some way to making amends four years later with a second-place finish behind Jereem Richards, who ran a Games record 19.80 seconds.
Hughes broke both the men's 100m and 200m British records in 2023 and continued his flying form with a bronze medal at the World Athletics Championships in Budapest.