Sally Gunnell arrives for the First Monster Challenge
Olympic Gold Medalist and former world record holder, Sally Gunnell arrives in Inverness to take part in Saturday’s First Monster Challenge, a 120km team relay duathlon around the shores of Loch Ness (www.firstmonster.com).
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About Sally Gunnell:
•Sally Gunnell OBE has a special place in the nation’s hearts as one of Britain’s most popular female sports stars. She is the only woman ever to hold four major track titles concurrently – Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth.
•Following her retirement from international athletics, Sally developed a new career as a television presenter, motivational speaker and a champion for Active Families. She has written four books on fitness, health, self-fulfilment and well-being. She is married to Jon and is mum to three young sons; Finley, Luca and Marley.
Athletics Career - Key Highlights:
-1986 Commonwealth Games, 100m Hurdles, Gold Medal
-1990 Commonwealth Games, 400m Hurdles, Gold Medal
-1992 Olympic Games, 400m Hurdles, Gold Medal
-1992 Olympic Games, 4x400m Relay, Bronze Medal
-1993 World Championships Games, 400m Hurdles, Gold Medal & new World Record
-1994 Commonwealth Games, 400m Hurdles, Gold Medal