Today is a great day for Wales and an even better day for its hurdling hero Dai Greene. This afternoon Dai stormed home to victory in the 400m hurdles in the IAAF World Championships in Daegu, with an impressive time of 48:26. In the process he
Dai Greene is sitting outside the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels on a still September evening. Just a few minutes ago he was centre stage on the track. He finished second, but in doing so became overall winner of the 2011 Diamond League Series
Zac Purchase and Mark Hunter, the Olympic champions in the lightweight men’s double scull, retained their world crown while the men’s four of Alex Gregory, Ric Egington, Tom James and Matt Langridge also claimed gold.
This summer I’m looking forward to watching Jess Ennis compete. It’s going to be hard for her, as she’s got some good competition but it’s great to see her in good shape. The two hurdlers, Dai Greene and Perri Shakes-Drayton are also in for a chance.
Aberdare * Dial M For Merthyr very good!cymru am byth,mackywhat about the mining village classic, How Green was my Bogie! Bend it like neil jenkins.Dai of the TrifidsStradynight feverwill set my cells working on this later Enter the Dragon Off to Pontypool
of the things that spurs me on - knowing I am seizure free and able to run.PM me if you want more but def speak to your nurse and keep running! I know it is a different event but Dai Green our 400 metre world champion suffers from epilepsy. I concur
2012; everyone is working so hard. But I would especially like to see Jess [Jess Ennis], Phil [Phillips Idowu], Mo [Mo Farah] and Dai [Dai Greene] walk away with a medal.I switch off from the pressure by vegging out with my boyfriend and watching bad TV
disgusting shade of green Franny - to be thankfull for the letter RJustin - to be 2 minutes away from Orgasm Dai - to change the colour of something Welsh! Will - want something to happen Carlto twirl the end of one's moustache in an aristocratic manner Peter
. At 15, Dai Green contracted Osgood Schlatter disease during a growth spurt which caused issues with his knees. Now look at him! Keep positive and listen to your physio as it sounds like he knows what he's on about.
Mark CavendishDarren ClarkeAlastair CookLuke DonaldMo FarahDai GreeneAmir KhanRory McIlroyAndy MurrayAndrew StraussI'm not sure why Strauss is there (as an individual rather than a team captain) and unless I've missed something Murray didn't win a
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