Kerrod McGregor

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Australian athlete Kerrod McGregor competes in the P42 pentathlon event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games in which he won a silver medal
Kerrod McGregor
Medal record
Track and field (P42)
Competitor for  Australia
Paralympic Games
Gold 1984 New York JT - A2
Gold 1984 New York LJ - A2
Gold 1988 Seoul DT - A2A9
Silver 1984 New York DT - A2
Silver 1984 New York 100m - A2A9
Silver 1984 New York Pentathlon - PS3
Silver 1996 Atlanta Pentathlon - P42
Bronze 1984 New York LJ - A2A9
Bronze 1984 New York JT - A2A9

Kerrod Glenn McGregor (born 23 April 1962) is an Australian Paralympic athlete competing mainly in category P42 pentathlon events.

He was born 23 April 1962 in Gladstone, Queensland.[1] He competed in the 1984 Summer Paralympics in New York, United States. There he won a gold medal in the men's Javelin throw - A2 event, a gold medal in the men's Long jump - A2 event, a silver medal in the men's Discus throw - A2 event, finished fifth in the men's High jump - A2 event and finished fifth in the men's Shot putt - A2 event. He also competed at the 1988 Summer Paralympics in Seoul, South Korea, where he received a gold medal in the men's Discus throw - A2A9 event, a silver medal in the men's 100 metres - A2A9 event, a bronze medal in the men's Long jump - A2A9 event, a bronze medal in the men's Javelin throw - A2A9 event and finished ninth in the men's High jump - A2A9 event. He also competed at the 1992 Summer Paralympics in Barcelona, Spain, where he received a silver medal in the men's Pentathlon - PS3 event, finished ninth in the men's 100 metres - TS1 event, finished tenth in the men's Discus throw - THS2 event, finished sixth in the men's Javelin throw - THS2 event, finished fourth in the men's Long jump - J1 event and finished sixteenth in the men's Shot putt - THS2 event. He competed in the 1996 Summer Paralympics in Atlanta, United States. There he won a silver medal in the men's Pentathlon - P42 event. In 2012 McGregor had successful osseointegration surgery at Macquarie University Hospital performed by Dr Munjed Al Muderis of The Osseointegration Group of Australia.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Xth Paralympic Games Atlanta U.S.A. August 15-25 1996 : Australia : team handbook. Sydney: Australian Paralympic Federation. 1996. 
  2. ^ "The Osseointegration Group of Australia". Retrieved 2013-10-24. 

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