A Fine British Sprinter

Mark Lewis-Francis is a new face to PUMA but no stranger to the track. MLF began competing at a high level from an early age; he won his first gold medal in the 100m at the World Junior Championships in 2000. At the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens, he won a gold medal after running the anchor leg of Great Britain’s winning 4x100m relay team. MLF earned two additional bronze medals in the 4x100m event at the IAAF World Championships in 2005 and 2007. MLF was injured during the 2008 Beijing but he’s expecting to make a strong comeback.

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MLF’s Vitals

Nationality: Ico-greatbritainGreat Britain
Date of Birth: September 04, 1982
Hometown: Darlaston, England
Coach: Linford Christie
MLF’s Events:
  • 100m
  • 4x100m

Notable Performance

10.34 – 100 Meters (Indoor)

Birmingham – February 06, 2003

Trophy Case

  • IAAF World Junior Championships (2000)

    Gold medal - 10.12 – 100m Santiago de Chile
  • The XXVIII Olympic Games (2004)

    Gold medal - 38.07 – 4x100m Athens
  • 10th IAAF World Championships (2005)

    Bronze medal - 38.27 – 4x100m Helsinki
  • 11th IAAF World Championships in Athletics (2007)

    Bronze medal – 37.90 – 4x100m Osaka