Henry Frayne

A talented junior, Henry Frayne chose triple/long jump over AFL and went on to make his first World Championships in 2011, finishing ninth in the triple jump. Frayne won the Olympic trials in both the long jump and triple jump.

The Queenslander headed to his debut Olympic Games in London as the first Australian since 1964 to compete in both events. Frayne qualified for the final of the long jump, finishing ninth as teammate Mitchell Watt won silver. Frayne finished 17th overall in the triple jump.

Frayne would head to his second Olympic Games in Rio this time competing only in the long jump event. He qualified 6th for the final with a jump of 8.01 metres before going on to claim seventh overall with a best jump of 8.06 metres. 

Olympic Results

2016 Rio

Long Jump - Men
Final 8.06 7
Qualifying Round - Group A 8.01 q 5
Final Placing 7 / 32

2012 London

Long Jump - Men
Final 7.85 9
Qualifying Round Group A 7.95 q 8
Final Placing 9 / 42
Triple Jump - Men
Qualifying Round Group B 16.40 8
Final Placing 17 / 27