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Toby Wright

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Personal Profile

Country: United Kingdom

Date of birth: 12/01/2007

Height: 6 feet 0 inches

Weight: 147 lbs

Sex: Male

Academic Information

Graduation Year: 2025

Enrollment Year: 2025


High School Grades: Coming soon…

SAT: Not taken yet

Track & Field Profile



110m Hurdles

Long Jump



110m Hurdles: 14.08

400m: 50.04

Long Jump: 6.79m

100m: 11.28

Shot Put (5kg): 11.48m

High Jump: 1.8m

Discus (1.5kg): 27.91m

Pole Vault: 3.2m

Javelin (700g): 44.04m

Javelin (800g): 41.39m

1500m: 4:42.93

400m Hurdles: 55.69

800m: 2:09.21

200m: 23.37

100m Hurdles: 13.32


European U18 Decathlon: 6

World U18 Decathlon: 13

National U17 Ranking (100m Hurdles): 7

National U17 Ranking (400m Hurdles): 4

National U17 Ranking (Long jump): 10

National U17 Ranking (Octathlon): 4

National U17 Ranking (Decathlon): 4

National U20 Ranking (110m Hurdles): 5

National U20 Ranking (Long Jump): 11

National U20 Ranking (400m): 22

National U20 Ranking (60m Hurdles): 9



Represented England in an International Pentathlon competition

3rd place at the National Track & Field Championships (110m hurdles)

Selected for the Youth Talent Programme with England Athletics

4th place at the National Octathlon competition

Qualified for the International Pentathlon

Won the South West Schools Octathlon



I train six days a week. Five days are based at the track and 1 day at the gym. This includes all the events in decathlon with a range of different types of training.


Give us 5 words that best describe you as an athlete:

Resilient, coachable, disciplined, driven, committed. 

Tell us about your best memory of your athletic career:

My best memory in athletics was representing England at the U17 SIAB Combined events competition in December 2023 and winning individual Bronze and Team Gold. 


My goal is to compete for a college team for the Decathlon, go the the U20 European Championships and the World U20 Championships! Long term, I would like to represent Team GB in the Olympics. 

Anything else we should know?

Me and my coach focus on building gradual progress and improvement over time rather than quick fixes. I always consider the whole approach to developing my performance by mastering the fundamentals and being adaptive, for example, towards upcoming competitions or different season training. I am consistent with my training schedule but am also very aware of the need to balance that with rest and recovery. There is a real importance on collaboration and communication between me and my coach and also other adults that support me, like other coaches at the athletics club and my parents. I am very adaptable and willingly listen to advice as a way of developing myself as an athlete. My mental resilience is strong and I pride myself on being able to analyse my performance with my coaches and try my best whilst rising to the challenge of the goals set. I always try to train hard, as I feel this is important as if you’re not putting in the work in training then you’re not going to see the results. It is imperative to enjoy your sport and athletics is something I love and get a lot of enjoyment out of and also the friendships that come with it. I believe in a high level of trust and reciprocate that to make sure we are getting the best out of any session.

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