Jonnie Peacock

What Works For Me: The Gold medalist and Strictly Come Dancing star plays Xbox for better mental health and to manage stress
Jonnie Peacock spent the past couple of months swapping his sprints for salsas in the latest series of ‘Strictly Come Dancing
Head judge Shirley was clearly impressed, telling Jonnie: “You bring a whole new meaning to putting a spring in your step
‘Strictly Come Dancing’ star Jonnie Peacock has shared an inspiring blog about his ongoing time on the show, explaining that
Wow, this Strictly business is a crazy, full-on rollercoaster! The initial training, meeting your partner, learning to waltz, bust out a jive and scraping through a paso doble. Three weeks into the competition and I can confirm, Strictly Come Dancing is not for the faint hearted - well, not if you have a dance partner like Oti anyway! She is amazing to work with but her work ethic, and energy, has meant the past few weeks have been the most tiring of my life. That aside, I'm loving the experience. It's a challenge and I'm looking forward to seeing what I can achieve, and how far I can go in the competition. If I can make it past week six I'll be very happy, anything after that is a bonus in my mind.
The stars of ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ have glammed up for their first official photo-shoot as contestants.  The likes of Ruth
everybody banner Jonnie Peacock being on Strictly will undoubtedly generate discussions in living rooms across the UK, discussions about disabled people and dance and discussions about disability in general. This can only be a good thing.
I cried because of the noise and entire experience, but mainly because with Dan and friends, and 80,000 people, we let it all pour out. That's the best I can sum it up. It's over now. "Our revels now are ended," announced Prospero. What loomed for so long has now tailed off, gleaming but inspiring us in its wake.
Bradley Wiggins winning the Tour de France. Andy Murray's maiden Grand Slam. Pretty much every 'high profile' gold at the Olympics and Paralympics, including those of the aforementioned 'Wiggo' and 'Muzza'. What do all of these have in common?
Has there ever been a crowd in more perfect symmetry as when the parade bus with Mo Farah steamed into view of the thousands
Feeling a bit sad now that the Olympics and Paralympics are over? Don't! Simply be upstanding for our new national anthem
Jonnie Peacock crosses the line to win the Men's 100m T44 Final A faulty rather than a false start was the verdict and the