Chris RAWLINSON

Chris Rawlinson - England - 2002 Commonwealth Games 400mh Champion.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 29 July 2002

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    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Friday, 19 May 1972
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Rotherham, England.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • England
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Chris RAWLINSON - England - 2002 Commonwealth Games 400mh Champion.

Men's 400m Hurdles Final.

2002 Commonwealth Games

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1 Chris RAWLINSON   Eng   49.14
2 Matt Elias   Wal   49.28
3 Ian Weakley   Jam   49.69
4 Anthony Borsumato   Eng   49.72
5 Dinsdale Morgan   Jam   50.14
6 Willie Smith   Nam   50.14
7 Ashoka Jayasundra   Sri   50.63
8 Matt Douglas   Eng   51.01

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Men's 4x400m Final. 2002 Commonwealth Games
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.

 

Rawlinson retired from competitive athletics at the end of 2005 at the age of 33.

He married Australian athlete Jana Pittman on 31 March 2006. 

 

Major achievements.

1997    Universiade    Catania, Italy    3rd    4 x 400 m rel

           World Championships    Athens, Greece    5th (heats)    400 m hurdles
1999    Universiade    Palma de Mallorca, Spain    2nd    4 x 400 m relay
2000    European Cup    Gateshead, England.    1st    400 m hurdles,  2nd    4 x 400 m relay
           Olympic Games    Sydney, Australia    6th (semis)    400 m hurdles
            IAAF Grand Prix Final    Doha, Qatar    6th    400 m hurdles
2001    World Championships    Edmonton, Canada    5th    400 m hurdles
2002    European Cup    Annecy, France    3rd    400 m hurdles
           Commonwealth Games    Manchester, England    1st    400 m hurdles
           1st    4 x 400 m relay
           European Championships    Munich, Germany    2nd (semis)    400 m hurdles
           IAAF Grand Prix Final    Paris, France    8th    400 m hurdles
           IAAF World Cup    Madrid, Spain    3rd    400 m hurdles
2003    European Cup    Florence, Italy    1st    400 m hurdles, 2nd    4 x 400 m relay
            World Championships    Paris, France    6th    400 m hurdles, 4th   4 x 400 m relay
            IAAF World Athletics Final    Monte Carlo, Monaco    8th    400 m hurdles
2004    European Cup    Bydgoszcz, Poland    1st    400 m hurdles
           Olympic Games    Athens, Greece    8th (semis)    400 m hurdles
            IAAF World Athletics Final    Monte Carlo, Monaco    8th    400 m hurdles
2005    European Cup    Florence, Italy    6th    400 m hurdles
2006    Commonwealth Games    Melbourne, Australia    8th    400 m hurdles 

 

ANNUAL PROGRESS.

2009     50.53     Canberra     07 MAR
2006     49.21     Melbourne     22 MAR
2005     49.61     Athína 14 JUN
2004     48.19     Iráklio     04 JUL
2003     48.44     Glasgow     29 JUN
2002     48.21     Lausanne     02 JUL
2001     48.27     Edmonton 08 AUG
2000     48.22     Lausanne     05 JUL
2000     48.22     Milano     07 JUN
1999     48.14     Zürich     11 AUG (PB)