|Born||8 April 1966|
Hackney, Greater London
|Club||Haringey AC, London|
Dalton Grant (born 8 April 1966) is a male British high jumper.
Grant won a total number of four national titles for Great Britain (AAA Championships) in the men's high jump event. His personal best jump is 2.36 metres, achieved at the 1991 World Championships in Tokyo. He has a personal indoor best of 2.37 metres.
Grant appeared at five consecutive Commonwealth Games. He represented England in the high jump, at the 1986 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh, Scotland. Four years later he won a silver medal for England, at the 1990 Commonwealth Games in Auckland, New Zealand which was followed by a third Games appearance for England, at the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He finally won a gold medal at the 1998 Games and competed in the high jump for the fifth successive Games in 2002.
Grant was born in Hackney to parents from Jamaica and lived in Brooke Road, Upper Clapton. He went to Hackney Downs School where he started to high jump. He also represented Hackney in the London Youth Games in athletics.
He was later inducted into the London Youth Games Hall of Fame in 2011.
He was a board director of the London 2012 Olympic bid team and he was also a captain of the Great Britain & NI team. Grant was appointed president of the South of England Athletics Association for 2010–2011. Dalton has set up the Dalton Grant Academy in Trinidad and Tobago. He is also a patron of Mossbourne Academy.
- IAAF top lists, high jump, indoor
- "1986 Athletes". Team England.
- "England team in 1986". Commonwealth Games Federation.
- "1990 Athletes". Team England.
- "England team in 1990". Commonwealth Games Federation.
- "1994 Athletes". Team England.
- "England team in 1994". Commonwealth Games Federation.
- "Athletes and results". Commonwealth Games Federation.
- Olympic Glory, timeline.org.uk Archived 19 November 2008 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved 23 June 2009.
- http://www.londonyouthgames.org/page.asp?section=23§ionTitle=Hall+of+Fame Archived 7 March 2013 at the Wayback Machine Hall of Fame retrieved 19 February 2013