JodyHenry
Athlete Info

Born: 1 April 1985
Birth Place: Durban, South Africa
Resides: Perth, Australia
Personal Bests:
100m – 11.68

200m – 23.29

400m – 52.20

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Jody Henry

Jody Henry’s family escaped the violence of her birthplace Durban in 1995, moving to Perth to call Australia home.

What was South Africa’s loss became Australia’s gain.

Henry began as a short-sprint specialist, before being called upon to help Australia’s 4x400m relay team qualify for the 2009 World Championships.

After just four runs over the one-lap, Henry helped book the team’s berth at Berlin.

The distance stuck and a year later Henry claimed the National Title in both the 400m and the 200m.

Later in 2010, Henry went on to represent Australia at the Delhi Commonwealth Games.

Career Highlights
  • Commonwealth Games Representative (Delhi, 2010)
  • National Champion, 400m (Perth, 2010)
  • National Champion, 200m (Perth, 2010)
  • World Championships Representative (Berlin, 2009)
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