Tim Leathart

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Tim Leathart
Personal information
Full nameTimothy Leathart
Nationality Australian
Born (1989-09-22) 22 September 1989 (age 33) [1]
Darlinghurst, New South Wales [2]
Height6 ft 1 in (185 cm)
Weight176 lb (80 kg)
Country Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia
Sport Athletics
Event(s) 100 M
4x100 meters relay
Coached byJohn Patchett [2]
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s)

Tim Leathart (born 22 September 1989) is an Australian track and field athlete specialising in the 100 meters who has competed in the World Championships.


Records and rankings

Leathart is a one-time gold medalist and two-time silver medalist in the 100 meters in the Australian National Track & Field Championships. [1] Leathart's current Australian all-time rankings are listed below.

100 M 14th [4]
200 M 34th [4]


Olympic Games

Leathart was selected in the five-member team for the 4x100 meters at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, United Kingdom. However, he was not one of the four athletes to run in the actual race. [1]

Senior World Championships

Leathart was selected for the World Championships in the 4 x 100 meters relay along with Jarrod Geddes, Joshua Ross and Andrew McCabe (sprinter)Andrew McCabe. [5] The team competed in heat three, but did not finish. [1]


Personal bests

60 M 7.22 Sydney 19 December 2009
100 M 10.24 Sydney 9 March 2013
200 M 20.71 Sydney 9 March 2013

Source: [3]


Representing Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia
2013 World Championships Moscow, Russia DNF4 x 100 metersWith Jarrod Geddes, Joshua Ross and Andrew McCabe (sprinter)Andrew McCabe

Source: [3]

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