Jonnie Peacock is hoping to add to his ever-growing haul of medals when he competes at the European Paralympics Championships.Read the full story ›
Cambridgeshire Paralympic gold medalist Jonnie Peacock's been in London to pick up his MBE from Prince Charles today after he was named in the New Year Honours list.
The 100m champion attended the investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace, where he was presented with his medal.
Jonnie's sprint to victory in London 2012 made him one of the stars of the Paralympics, but he says having letters after his name will take some getting used to.
"It's surreal to hear, not many people call me that," he said.
"It's wicked to come down to Buckingham Palace today, I've never been here before in my life, so just being here is crazy."
Cambridgeshire sprinter Jonnie Peacock has added a world title to his 2012 Paralympic gold medal. Jonnie, from Chatteris, recovered from an early stumble to win the T44 100 metres final, at the IPC World Championships in Lyon, France,
Peacock won in a time of 10.99 seconds, just 0.02 second ahead of his American rival Richard Browne. It was sweet revenge for Peacock, who saw Browne break his world record in the semi finals.
Cambridgeshire's Paralympic gold medallist Jonnie Peacock and Olympic long jump champion Greg Rutherford, from Milton Keynes, have confirmed they'll compete at London's Anniversary Games this summer.
The pair will be joined by other gold medal winning members of Team GB at the The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in July.
Paralympic gold medallist Jonnie Peacock has become a patron of the Meningitis Research Foundation.
The charity funds research in a bid to prevent the diesease and support for those affected by it. The London 2012 sprinter from Doddington in Cambridgeshire lost a leg to meningitis when he was just five years old.
The Paralympic gold medal winning sprinter Jonnie Peacock has been at Papworth Hospital in Cambridgeshire this afternoon - switching on their Christmas lights. Each light on the trees at the hospital represents a donation to their Shining Stars charity appeal. Here's Stuart Leithes' report
Paralympic gold medallist, Jonnie Peacock helped open the new Luton Sports Village.Read the full story ›
The mother of Paralympic 100m champion Jonnie Peacock has spoken of how her son overcame meningitis.Read the full story ›
The Paralympics closing ceremony will be held at the Olympic park in Stratford tonight (Sunday 10 September).
Medal winning athletes will lead the celebrations, among them some of our very own golden boys and girls
Cambridgeshire sprinter Jonnie Peacock has won the gold in the 100m final. The 19-year-old from Doddington clocked a time of 10.9 seconds.