Nick Miller set a British record in the hammer on his way to securing his status as British champion in both 2014 and 2015.
Born and raised in Cumbria, Miller was based in America - having studied at Oklahoma State University - and won silver at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Miller made his World and European Championship debuts in 2015 and 2016 respectively, all before being selected for Team GB for his first Olympics, at Rio 2016, where he finished 13th in his qualifying group.
A year later he represented Great Britain again, at the World Championships in London - finishing sixth in the final.
He followed that with his first major international gold medal on the Gold Coast in 2018 as he set a new Commonwealth Games hammer record. His throw of 80.26m shattered a 12-year old Games mark by 2.73m and set a new British record in the process.