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Jackson unsure of his future but in awe of Bjørndalen

Lee Jackson insists he's not quite ready to call time on his Olympic career and is taking inspiration from a forty something who is still winnin...

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Jackson finds going tough as Bjoerndalen triumphs

Great Britain's Lee Jackson admitted the going was tough after taking part in a race that edged his hero Ole Einar Bjoerndalen closer to history...

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Jackson wants more than an Olympic experience in Sochi

Lee Jackson is determined to take more from his second Olympic appearance than just an experience.

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Two Biathletes selected to Team GB for Sochi 2014

The British Olympic Association (BOA) today announced that two athletes from the sport of biathlon have been officially selected for Team GB for...

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Team GB Biathlon - Ones to watch at Sochi 2014

Britain will have one male and one female athlete at Sochi 2014, continuing the nation’s fine run of having competed at every Games since biathl...

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Medal Record

Sochi 2014
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  • 0 Bronze
Vancouver 2010
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  • 0 Silver
  • 0 Bronze

Biography

Lee Jackson was the sole Team GB representative at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games, and as Britain’s number one male biathlete, he is hoping to build on these experiences ahead of Sochi 2014.

Jackson joined the military in 1997 aged just 16, where he first began taking part in biathlon. With a newly acquired taste for the sport, he found himself competing in the Junior World Championships, just 18 months after putting skis on for the first time.

His achievements to date include being three times British Olympic Athlete of the Year, participating in three European Championships, seven World Championships and one Olympic Games.