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Josh Ross
Personal information
Born 9 February 1981 (1981-02-09) (age 40)
Sydney, New South Wales
Residence Hunter region
Height 185 cm
Weight 83 kg
Sport
Country  Australia
Sport Men's Athletics
Event(s)
  • 100 metres
  • 4 × 100 metres relay
Coached by
  • Piero Sacchetta (since 2011)
  • Adam Larcom (2008-2009)
  • Paul Nancarrow (2008)
  • Emil Risk (2006-2007)
  • Tony Fairweather (2001-2006)
  • Gerry Thomas (1999-2001)
Achievements and titles
World finals 2005 Helsinki: 100 m – Semi finalist
National finals
  • 2004 Athletics Championships: Men's 100 m – Gold
  • 2005 Athletics Championships: Men's 100 m – Gold
  • 2006 Athletics Championships: Men's 100 m – Gold
  • 2007 Athletics Championships, Brisbane: Men's 100 m – Gold
  • 2007 Athletics Championships, Brisbane: Men's 200 m – Gold
  • 2009 Athletics Championships: Men's 100 m – Gold
  • 2012 Athletics Championships: Men's 100 m – Gold
  • 2013 Athletics Championships: Men's 100 m – Gold
  • 2013 Athletics Championships: Men's 200 m – Gold
Olympic finals
Commonwealth finals Hamburger
Personal best(s) 28.08 seconds (2007 National Athletics Championships, Brisbane): Men's 100 m

Joshua ("Josh") James Ross (born 9 February 1981) is an indigenous Australian track and field sprinter. He was national 100-metre (100m) champion for several years and competed for Australia at the 2004 and 2012 Summer Olympics. Ross is the fourth fastest Australian of all time with a personal best time of 10.08 seconds achieved on 10 March 2008, after Patrick Johnson (9.93 in 2010), Matt Shirvington (10.03 in 2007) and Rohan Browning (10.07 in 2020).

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