Daniel CAINES

Great Britain & N.I.

Daniel Caines - Great Britain & N.I. - Two Gold medals in 2002 major Athletics Championships.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 06 August 2002

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    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Tuesday, 15 May 1979
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Solihull, England.
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Daniel CAINES - Great Britain & N.I. - Two Gold medals in 2002 major Athletics Championships.

The left hand photo shows an individual shot of Daniel Caines during the 400m heats

at the 2002 European Championships. The top right picture shows Daniel crossing the line

just behind Spain's David Canal to clinch the bronze medal in the 400m whilst the

bottom photo shows Caines leading Britian to Gold in the 4x400m relay.

 

Men's 400m. Final.

2002 European Championships

 
1 Ingo Schultz   Ger   45.14
2 David Canal   Spa   45.24
3 Daniel CAINES   Gbr   45.28
4 Marek Plawgo   Pol   45.40
5 Zsolt Szeglet   Hun   45.74
6 Cedric Van Branteghem   Bel   45.95
7 Karel Blaha   Cze   46.21

 

 

IN 2001 DANIEL CAINES WON THE WORLD INDOOR 400m CHAMPIONSHIP IN LISBON AND 2ND IN 2003 (BIRMINGHAM).

Personal bests times:  200 metres - 20.84 s (2003).  400 metres - 44.98 s (2002).

 

The sequence of pictures above show Daniel Caines lunging for the line to win the Gold medal for England in the 4x400m relay

at the 2002 Commonwealth Games.  Daniel held off the challenge of Welshman Matt Elias to clinch the Gold medal by just

one hundredth of a second.     31st. July 2002. Photos G.H. ©



Men's 4x400m Final. 2002 Commonwealth Games. Manchester.

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1 England (Jared Deacon, Sean Baldock, Chris Rawlinson, Daniel CAINES) 3: 00.40
2 Wales (Tim Benjamin, Iwan Thomas, Jamie Baulch, Matt Elias) 3: 00.41
3 Bahamas (Chris Brown, Troy McIntosh, Dominic Demeritte, Timothy Munnings) 3: 01.35
4 South Africa (Marcus La Grange, Jopie Oudtshoorn, Mbulaeni Mulaudzi, Arnaud Malherbe) 3: 01.83
5 Australia (Tim Williams, Paul Pearce, Patrick Dwyer, Clinton Hill) 3: 02.22
6 Nigeria (Tony Ogbeta, Omobolaji Lawal, Musa Audu, Fidelis Gadzama) 3: 11.16
7 Sri Lanka (Presanna Amerasekara, Ranga Wimalwansa, Rohan Kumara, Sugath Thilakaratne Disq.

8 Jamaica (Sanjay Ayre, Brandon Simpson, Danny Mcfarlane, Michael Blackwood DNF

 

annual progress.

2007     45.99     Atlanta, GA     12 MAY
2005     46.58     Genève     11 JUN
2004     45.29     Gateshead     27 JUN
2003     45.29     Paris Saint-Denis 24 AUG
2002     44.98     Manchester     27 JUL
2001     45.58     Sevilla     08 JUN
2000     45.37     Sydney 23 SEP