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Guy Learmonth was born on 20 April, 1992 in Berwick-upon-Tweed, United Kingdom. At 28 years old, Guy Learmonth height is 6 ft 0 in (182.9 cm).
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|Age||28 years old|
|Born||20 April 1992|
|Birthplace||Berwick-upon-Tweed, United Kingdom|
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Guy Learmonth Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Guy Learmonth worth at the age of 28 years old? Guy Learmonth’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from British. We have estimated Guy Learmonth's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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In the 2019 Indoor European Championships Learmonth tried to go through a non-existent gap up the inside of Mark English, hampering the Irish athlete, in the 800m semi final, and was subsequantly disqualified, with English promoted to the final on appeal. Indeed, Learmonth's previous two runs had been shrouded in controversy, as firstly he was promoted from 3rd place to 2nd in the British Trials for the 800m, after the disqualification of Jamie Webb, for "track contact" on Learmonth. and secondly, Learmonth fell in the 800m in Birmingham at the Muller Indoor Grand Prix and proceeded to punch the track in anger and broke his hand.
In 2016, he won a bronze medal, coming third at the British Indoor Championships in the 800 metres. Similarly, in 2017 Learmonth was crowned British Indoor Champion, and also won a silver medal in the British Outdoor Championships. Shortly after, Learmonth competed in the London Anniversary Games where he achieved a lifetime beat of 1:45.77 and the qualifying standard for the London World Championshils in August 2017.
In 2015, Learmonth was crowned British Indoor Champion in the 800 metres. He also won both his heat and semi-final of the 800 metres before going on to finishing 6th in the final at the European Indoor Championships in Prague, Czech Republic.
In 2014, he moved back down to the 800 metres at the BUCS Indoor Championships, winning his third 800 metres title. He won the Indoor Glasgow International Match winning over a rarely run 600m race in a time of 1:16:48 and in the process broke the Scottish National 600m record which has been held for 40 years, at the same time, breaking the British U23 600m Indoor record and going to number 3 on the UK All Time rankings. Learmonth competed in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow achieving 6th place in the 800 metres final with a personal best time of 1:46.69. He got there by qualifying as a fastest loser from the heats, and securing the third automatic qualifying spot in his semi-final by two hundredths of a second
In 2013, he chose not to defend his 800 metres titles at either the indoor or outdoor BUCS Championships, and attempted the 1500 metres at the outdoor championships, the only times he raced over the distance that year. He won both his heat and his semi-final, but finished a tenth of a second outside the medals, in fourth place. He competed in the British Indoor Championships, winning a bronze medal.
In 2012, he competed at his first Diamond League meeting at the Bislett Games in Oslo, setting a new personal best in the 800 metres National event in finishing second. He regards it as his most memorable performance. He also retained his 800 metres title in 2012 at the BUCS Indoor Championships, winning by over a second, like the previous year. On his debut at the BUCS Outdoor Championships he won gold in the 800 metres, in a competition that took place at the Olympic Stadium. He improved on his result from the 2011 British Indoor Championships by winning a silver medal in 2012 championships in the 800 metres at the EIS Sheffield.
Guy Learmonth's first major athletics competition was the 2011 European Athletics Junior Championships. He competed in the 800 metres event, winning his heat. In his semi-final, he finished fifth, a place which could have earned him a fastest loser spot, but the other semi-final was won in a time two seconds faster than Learmonth's race, meaning that both fastest loser qualifiers came from the second semi-final. He also competed at the BUCS Indoor Championships that year, winning the 800 metres by over a second and setting a new championships best performance. He won his first national senior medal in 2011, taking a bronze at the British Indoor Athletics Championships.
Guy Learmonth (born 20 April 1992 in Berwick-upon-Tweed) is a Scottish and Great British athlete specialising in the 800 metres. His PB currently stands as 1:44.73 and he is the 3rd fastest Scottish 800m athlete of all time behind Tom McKean and Jake Wightman. Learmonth reached the final at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and the 2015 European Indoor Championships, finishing 6th in both. Guy has broken the Scottish 800m Junior Record 9 times and holds the English AAA U20 Indoor & BUCS Championship records.