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Colin Ray Jackson is a former British sprint and hurdling athlete who specialised in the 110 metres hurdles. During a career in which he represented Great Britain and Wales, he won an Olympic silver medal, became world champion twice, World indoor champion once, went undefeated at the European Championships for 12 years and was a two-time Commonwealth champion.
Jackson won his first major medal, a silver, in the 110 m hurdles, aged nineteen at the 1986 Commonwealth Games. He soon established himself on the global scene, taking bronze at the 1987 World Championships in Athletics and a silver medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics.
Jackson won his first major medal, a silver, in the 110 m hurdles, aged nineteen at the 1986 Commonwealth Games. He soon established himself on the global scene, taking bronze at the 1987 World Championships in Athletics and a silver medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics. After winning another silver in the 60 metres hurdles at the 1989 IAAF World Indoor Championships, he won European and Commonwealth gold medals in 1990.
In 2014 I followed my dream and auditioned for the xfactor. After a hard few months I managed to claim the stage in the live shows. Unfortunalty in the 2nd live week it wasn't meant to be and I headed home after having the most incredible expereince of my life.
After spending so much time in the limelight, fitness became a big part of my lifestyle and thus my fitness journey began.
Singing will always be my passion and my dream however the importance for fitness and my health ties in to that perfectly. Living a balanced life has been the biggets thing I have learnt so far on my journey and I am so excited to carry ont his journey and have a health and balanced lifestyle forever.
I was born in Hemel Hempstead and started my career at Watford, where I made my way through the youth ranks. In 2014, I made my first-team debut for the Hornets but that would turn out to be my only appearance for the Vicarage Road club.
After two loan spells with Wealdstone, I was released in 2015 and joined Wycombe Wanderers.
At Adams Park, I quickly asserted myself at senior level and become a regular for Gareth Ainsworth’s side. I was named the club’s Young Player of the Year after the 2015/16 season and he followed that up by being named ‘Community Player of the Season’ after the 2016/17 campaign. My nine goals and four assists last term helped Wycombe win promotion to League One.
I had one year remaining on my deal at Adams Park but could not pass up the opportunity to sign for the league’s biggest club in the summer, Sunderland.