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Greene pays tribute to coach Arnold as he announces split

Hurdler Dai Greene admits it is with a heavy heart that he will part ways with coach Malcolm Arnold and move away from his long term base in Bat...

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Greene eyeing up Commonwealth Games title defence

Dai Greene insists he would love nothing more than to defend his Commonwealth Games title this summer having finally shaken off his injury curse...

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World champion Greene out of Anniversary Games

Dai Greene has withdrawn from this weekend's Sainsbury's Anniversary Games in order to focus on the defence of his world 400m hurdles title in M...

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Greene back to winning ways at British Championships

World champion Dai Greene insists he is nearing his best form after storming to a fourth 400m hurdles national title in Birmingham.

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World champion Greene upbeat as he continues injury recovery

Dai Greene insists he can bounce back from a disappointing performance at the European Team Championships in time to defend his World Championsh...

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Medal Record

London 2012
  • 0 Gold
  • 0 Silver
  • 0 Bronze

Biography

A keen footballer as a teenager, who played youth football for Swansea City and scored a penalty against a Real Madrid youth side, Dai Greene switched to athletics after winning the first of many Welsh age-group titles over 75m hurdles.Until this year’s European Championships in Helsinki, where he did not compete, Greene held the world, European and Commonwealth 400m hurdles titles at the same time.Should he add an Olympic title to his collection at London 2012, Greene would become just the fifth British athlete alongside Linford Christie, Daley Thompson, Jonathan Edwards and Sally Gunnell to win all of athletics’ major  outdoor gold medals.His sporting hero is fellow Team GB member, footballer Ryan Giggs, and he claims British one lap hurdle legends David Hemery and Kriss Akabusi would be his perfect dinner guests.Greene has suffered from epilepsy since the age of 17 while he trains with fellow 400m hurdler Jack Green. He ran a new personal best at the Paris Diamond League meeting this year and will act as captain of the British  athletics team.