Julian GOLDING

Julian Golding - Great Britain - 1998 Commonwealth Gold & European Bronze over 200m

Photo/Foto: Nigel French

Date: 21 August 1998

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    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Monday, 17 February 1975
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      London, England.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • Great Britain
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Julian GOLDING - Great Britain - 1998 Commonwealth Gold & European Bronze over 200m

Julian Golding pictured at the 1998 European Athletics Championship in Budapest.

Later in the season he won the Commonwealth Games 200 metres title in

Kuala Lumper where he also helped England win the 4 x 100m relay ecording a time

of 38.20 seconds, a Commonwealth Games record.

 

Golding went on to finish 7th in the final of the 1999 World Championships in Seville

and finished the year ranked number 9 in the world. Golding's last major competition was in 2003,

where he represented Great Britain at the Paris World Championships.


Three years later, he was forced to retire prematurely, due to persistent injuries.


 

Men's 200m. final.

Commonwealth Games 1998.


 
1. Julian GOLDING   ENG   20.18
2. Christian Malcolm   WAL   20.29
3. John Regis   ENG   20.40
4. Anninos Marcoullides   CYP   20.43
5. Darryl Wohlsen   AUS   20.48
6. Matthew Shirvington   AUS   20.53
7. Christopher Donaldson   NZL   20.62
8. Douglas Walker   SCO   20.69
 

Men's 200m. final.

European Athletics Championships 1998.


 
1. Doug WALKER   GBR   20.53
2. Doug TURNER   GBR   20.64
3. Julian GOLDING   GBR   20.72
4. Geir MOEN   NOR   20.78
5. Rodrigue NORDIN   FRA   20.83
6. Christophe CHEVAL   FRA   20.91
7. Prodromis KATSANTONIS   CYP   21.24
Troy DOUGLAS   NED   DSQ

 

In 1997 he won the European U23 200m championship and a bronze medal at the World Championships

in the 4 x 100m relay for Great Britain.

In July 2012, Golding graduated from Middlesex University with first class honours degree

for Sports and Exercise Science with Teaching & Coaching.

He later worked at Lea Valley Highschool as a P.E teacher.

 

 

ANNUAL PROGRESS.


2004     20.41     -1.7     Santo Domingo     01 MAY
2003     20.37     +2.0     Birmingham     27 JUL
2002     21.09     0.0     Poznan     18 AUG
2001     20.81     +1.1     Birmingham     14 JUL
2000     20.64     -1.2     Villeneuve-d'Ascq     17 JUN
1999     20.20     +1.5     Fullerton, CA     22 APR
1998     20.18     -0.2     Kuala Lumpur     19 SEP   Personal best
1997     20.38     0.0     La Chaux-de-Fonds     24 AUG
1996     20.76     0.0     Zoetermeer     06 JUL
1995     20.75     -0.5     London     07 JUL
1994     21.02     +1.7     Bedford     03 JUL
1993     21.59           
1992     21.84