We welcome M40 400m World Champion Gavin Stephens to the UAP Podcast.
As a senior Gavin was a British Universities 200m Champion but stopped competing at 22 years of age as he switched sports to play semi-professional Rugby. At 35, Gavin decided to step back onto the track and over the next seven years, became progressively faster.
In 2018 he held the fastest time in the world over 400 for anyone over the age of 40, clocking 49.68, and became M40 World 400m Champion, winning gold against a stacked field which included 400m 2010 Commonwealth Champion Mark Mutai from Kenya.
Gavin is also a coach and race organiser and is based in Sussex in the UK.
In this episode we discuss:
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