Jackson Fear

Jackson Campbell Fear (13 January 1978 - 21 July 2006) was an Australian archer born in Sydney, New South Wales.

Archery career

Jackson finished 35th in the individual competition at the 1996 Summer Olympics, behind team mate Matthew Gray (26th) and ahead of Simon Fairweather (52nd). The Australian team (Gray, Fear and Fairweather) finished 4th after losing to South Korea in the semi-finals.

Fear was in line for selection for the 2000 Summer Olympics, but was forced out after testing positive to cannabis at the Australian Championships in May 2000. He admitted to using marijuana and was suspended from competition for two years.[1]

See also


External links

  • Australian Olympic Committee Profile

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