Michelle is an Australian hurdler and model. In March 2010, Jenneke finished 1st in the 100 m hurdles and broke the Australian record in the sprint medley relay at the 2010 Australian Junior Championships.
In July 2010, Jenneke was in the team at the 2010 Singapore Youth Olympic Games, running the 100 m hurdles and the medley relay. In the hurdles, she came second with a time of 13.46 and setting a personal best after winning her heat, and the medley relay team came fourth. Her medal was first Australia won at the Games in athletics.
In 2011, she competed at New Zealand hosted Cooks Classic. At the 2011 Australian Junior Championships, she had first-place hurdles finish in the under-20 group. She competed at the 89th Australian Athletics Championships and finished third in the 100 m hurdles behind world champion Sally Pearson.
On 15 July 2012, Jenneke finished fifth in the 2012 IAAF World Junior Championships 100 m hurdles. After the competition, a video of her 100 m hurdles taken during the heats race, which subsequently posted on a video sharing site, raised her profile around the world.
Jenneke got selected as a member of the Australia 2014 Commonwealth Games team. In those 2014 Commonwealth Games, Jenneke came 5th in the final with a time of 13.36, Jenneke was the youngest competitor in the Final. Michelle Jenneke is the second-fastest 100-meter hurdle woman in Australian history.
Her personal best is 12.82 set at the Australian Athletics Championships in Brisbane on 29 March 2015. Jenneke finished 2nd at nationals to qualify for the 2015 World Championships in Beijing. Jenneke got through the heats to make the semi-finals. She finished 6th in her semi and 18th place overall.
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