Michelle Jenneke

Michelle Jenneke is an Australian hurdler and model. She won a silver medal for the 100m hurdles at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics and the 100m hurdles at the 2016 Australian Athletics Championships to qualify for the Rio 2016 Olympics. Michelle Jenneke’s personal best at 100m hurdles is 12.66 sec set at the 2022 World Athletics Championships in Oregon.

Michelle Jenneke was born on June 23, 1993, in Kenthurst, New South Wales, Australia. She has trained with coach Mick Zisti as a hurdler from the age of 10 at the Cherrybrook Athletics Club. She competed at the Canberra-hosted 2008 Pacific School Games in the 90m and 200m hurdles.

In 2010, Michelle Jenneke finished first in the 100m hurdles, breaking the national record in the women’s sprint medley relay at the 2010 Australian Junior Championships. She competed in the 2011 Pirtek Athletic Allstars event. She was on Australia’s team at the 2010 Singapore Youth Olympic Games, running the 100m hurdles and the women’s medley relay. In the hurdles, she came second with a time of 13.46 sec and set a personal best after winning her heat, and the medley relay team came fourth. Her medal was first Australia won at the Games in athletics.

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In 2011, she won plenty of gold medals at 100m hurdles, including Hasting Sylvia Potts Classic, Sydney NSW Junior Championships, Sydney Waratah Series, Sydney Australian Junior Championships, and finished third at the Melbourne Australian Open Championships and the Perth Track Classic.

In 2012, Michelle Jenneke finished fifth in the 2012 IAAF World Junior Championships 100 m hurdles. After the competition, a video of her 100m hurdles taken during the heats race, was subsequently posted on a video-sharing site, raising her profile around the world. She won the titles at the Sydney Australian Junior Championships and the Sydney NSW Open Championships.

Michelle Jenneke was selected as a member of Australia’s 2014 Commonwealth Games team. There she came fifth in the final with a time of 13.36 and was the youngest competitor. She is the second-fastest 100m hurdle woman in Australian history. During the season she won the gold in the 100m hurdles at the Sydney NSW Club Championships, Canberra AACT Championships, Brisbane Queensland Track Classic, Cardiff Welsh Athletics International, Sydney Australian University Games, and Brisbane QA All-Comers Meet.

In 2015, she continue breaking records n Australia and winning plenty of gold medals at the 100m hurdles. She won trophies at the Sydney Illawong Twilight Meet, Canberra Track Classic, Perth Jandakot City Track Classic, Canberra AACT Championships, etc.

In 2016, Michelle Jenneke represented Australia at the World Indoor Championships in Portland, Oregon, and finished 10th. The next month she won the Australian National Championship 100 m hurdles final with a time of 12.93, qualifying her for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. In August, Jenneke competed in the Olympics but was unable to get out of the heats, finishing in sixth with a time of 13.26. She would have needed a near personal best to qualify as the third qualifying time in her heat was 12.85.

Michelle Jenneke competed in her second World Championships in 2017 and got through the heats to the semi-finals, finishing in 7th with a time of 13.250. She would have needed a near personal best to reach the final as the second qualifying time in her semi was 12.85.

In 2018, Michelle Jenneke represented Australia at the Commonwealth Games, finishing fourth at 13.07, after running a qualifying time of 12.99.

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Michelle Jenneke took part at the 2019 IAAF World Championships in Athletics in Doha but finished 7th in the semis. However, during the season she won the titles at the Memorial Geert Rasschaert, Bayer-Classics, UniSport Nationals Athletics, Queensland International Track Classic, NSW Championships, AACT Championships, and Hunter Track Classic.

Michelle Jenneke missed almost the entire 2020 season but returned to the track in 2021. She won the silver at the Super Summer Series in Canberra and Sally Pearson Shield in Brisbane.

In 2022, she competed at the World Athletics Championships, but finished 5th in the semi-finals and did not run for the medals. During the year, she won silver at the Oceania Athletics Championships and Queensland Championships.

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