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Subject: List of high jump national champions (men), Clarence Saunders (athlete), Total Wipeout, 1997 World Championships in Athletics – Men's high jump, Rolandas Verkys
Collection: 1966 Births, Athletes (Track and Field) at the 1986 Commonwealth Games, Athletes (Track and Field) at the 1988 Summer Olympics, Athletes (Track and Field) at the 1990 Commonwealth Games, Athletes (Track and Field) at the 1992 Summer Olympics, Athletes (Track and Field) at the 1994 Commonwealth Games, Athletes (Track and Field) at the 1996 Summer Olympics, Athletes (Track and Field) at the 1998 Commonwealth Games, Athletes (Track and Field) at the 2002 Commonwealth Games, Black English Sportspeople, British High Jumpers, British Male Athletes, Commonwealth Games Gold Medallists for England, English High Jumpers, English People of Jamaican Descent, European Athletics Championships Medalists, Living People, Male High Jumpers, Masters Athletes, Olympic Athletes of Great Britain, People from Upper Clapton
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Dalton Grant

Dalton Grant (born 8 April 1966) is a British high jumper, who has 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.[1] In 1997 at the World Championships Dalton opened with a world record jump of 2.32 for an opening height.

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.[2] He also represented Hackney in the London Youth Games in athletics.[3]

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.


Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Great Britain and  England
1985 European Junior Championships Cottbus, East Germany 6th High jump 2.18 m
1986 Commonwealth Games Edinburgh, United Kingdom 7th High jump 2.10 m
1987 European Indoor Championships Liévin, France 7th High jump 2.27 m
World Indoor Championships Indianapolis, United States 8th High jump 2.28 m
1988 European Indoor Championships Budapest, Hungary 11th High jump 2.24 m
Olympic Games Seoul, South Korea 7th High jump 2.31 m
1989 European Indoor Championships The Hague, Netherlands 2nd High jump 2.33 m
World Indoor Championships Budapest, Hungary 4th High jump 2.35 m
1990 Commonwealth Games Auckland, New Zealand 2nd High jump 2.34 m
European Indoor Championships Glasgow, United Kingdom 7th High jump 2.24 m
European Championships Split, Yugoslavia 4th High jump 2.31 m
1991 World Championships Tokyo, Japan 4th High jump 2.36 m
1992 Olympic Games Barcelona, Spain 29th (q) High jump 2.15 m
1993 World Indoor Championships Toronto, Canada 4th High jump 2.34 m
World Championships Stuttgart, Germany 14th (q) High jump 2.25 m
1994 European Indoor Championships Paris, France 1st High jump 2.37 m
European Championships Helsinki, Finland 9th High jump 2.25 m
Commonwealth Games Victoria, Canada 5th High jump 2.28 m
1995 World Indoor Championships Barcelona, Spain 8th High jump 2.28 m
World Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 14th (q) High jump 2.27 m
1996 European Indoor Championships Stockholm, Sweden 19th (q) High jump 2.15 m
Olympic Games Atlanta, United States 19th (q) High jump 2.26 m
1997 World Indoor Championships Paris, France 10th High jump 2.25 m
World Championships Athens, Greece 4th High jump 2.32 m
1998 European Championships Budapest, Hungary 2nd High jump 2.34 m
Commonwealth Games Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 1st High jump 2.31 m
2002 Commonwealth Games Manchester, United Kingdom 6th High jump 2.15 m
European Championships Munich, Germany High jump NM
2003 World Indoor Championships Birmingham, United Kingdom 12th (q) High jump 2.20 m


  • Dalton Grant profile at IAAF
  • Dalton Grant at Sporting-Heroes
  1. ^ IAAF top lists, high jump, indoor
  2. ^ Olympic Glory, Retrieved on 23 June 2009.
  3. ^§ionTitle=Hall+of+Fame Hall of Fame retrieved 2013-02-19

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