Jinson Johnson Introduction:
Jinson Johnson born on 15 March 1991 he is a good Indian middle-distance runner who specializes in the 800 and 1500 metres race event. He takes part in the 800 metres race event which was held in 2016 Summer Olympics.
He breaks the 23-year-old record of Bahadur Prasad by participating in 2018 Commonwealth Games, this new national record is created in 1500 metres race event.
Now he also grips the praise of winning a silver medal in the 800 metres race track event Asian Games which is held in, Jakarta, Indonesia, 2018 finishing at the back fellow citizen Manjit Singh, who won the Gold Medal. Jinson also won the gold medal finally in the men’s 1500 metres race event final, as a result, the timing of 3:44.72.
International competitions History:
- 2018 Jakarta – 1500 metres race – Win Gold medal in First Place
- 2018 Jakarta – 800 metres race – Win Silver medal in Second Place
- 2015 Wuhan – 800 metres race – Win Silver medal in Second Place
- 2017 Bhubaneswar – 800 metres race – Win Bronze medal in Third Place
Real name: Jinson Johnson
Date of Birth: 15 March 1991
Age: 27 year
Residence: Kozhikode, Kerala, India
Height: 6 feet 0 inch
Occupation: 800 metres, 1500 metres
Coach by: Nagapuri Ramesh – National
Languages: English, Hindi, Malayalam
Sport: Track and field
Achievements and titles: 3:44.72 – Jakarta – August 30 2018
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