University of Hull graduate Andrew Morgan-Harrison has his sights set on the Olympic Games this summer as he aims to be in the 200m starting blocks in Tokyo.
Andy, who graduated from Hull last year with a First-Class degree in Sports Rehabilitation, won gold at both the 2020 British Indoor Championships and Outdoor Championships, and last month represented Team GB at the European Athletics Team Championships in Poland.
The East Yorkshire sprinter is a Talented Athlete Programme recipient at the University, and is now in the final stages of training for the Team GB selection event for the 2020 Olympic Games.
Andy graduated from Hull last year with a First-Class degree in Sports Rehabilitation
Andy said: “I started running when I was around 11. I used to always win sports day events at primary school, and one of my teachers said I should get myself in with a club.
“I was coached at Costello Stadium in Hull, and ran throughout secondary school and college. I’d already applied to study at Hull when one of my friends told me about the Talented Athlete Programme, so I applied for that and was lucky enough to be accepted.