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Jaydon Page

Jaydon Page (athletics) is a rising star of Australian athletics and one of four teenagers on the 14-strong Australian Para-athletics team, he is set to make his Commonwealth Games debut in Birmingham. Page, who will compete in the 100m T47 for athletes with a mild impairment in one arm, enjoyed notable success in the junior ranks, running second in the Australian under-16 event in 2019. However, he really came under notice after running a personal best of 11.10 seconds at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra in December 2020. At 16, Jaydon was the youngest member of Australia’s 36-strong athletics team for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics where he ran 11.18 in the T47 100m, missing a place in the final by the narrowest of margins. The Canberra-based runner is coached by Sebastian Kuzminski. 

Sport / Discipline

Athletics

Birth Place

Canberra

Birth state

ACT

Date of Birth

23/12/2004

Age

17

Results History

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