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Dina Asher Smith Wiki: Dina Asher-Smith (born 4 December 1995) is a British sprinter. Dina Asher Smith is the 2016 and 2018 European champion at 200 meters and the 2018 European champion at 100 meters. Dina Asher Smith has also won 2018 Commonwealth Games and European Championship gold medals, 2016 Olympic bronze, 2017 World Championship silver and 2013 World Championship bronze in the 4 × 100 meters relay. Dina Asher Smith holds the British records in the 100 and 200 meters, with 10.85 secs (2018) and 21.89 secs (2018).

Dina Asher Smith Personal life

Asher-Smith was born in Orpington, London, England and attended Perry Hall Primary School as a child – where Dina Asher Smith began her love for running in their weekly running club. From 2008–2014, Dina Asher Smith attended Newstead Wood School in Orpington.[citation needed] In August 2014, Asher-Smith’sA-Level exam results allowed her entry into King’s College London to study history; upon receiving the results, she called it “the best morning” of her life. Dina Asher Smith graduated with a BA (Hons) in 2017.

Dina Asher Smith Career

Asher-Smith went to Australia early to train and get used to the conditions prior to the 2018 Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast, Australia. Dina Asher Smith qualified for the final, and came away with a Commonwealth bronze medal with a time off 22.29 seconds. England ladies (including Asher-Smith) qualified for the 4×100 m relay final, where they won gold in a time of 42.46 seconds, beating one of the favorites, Jamaica.

At the 2018 European Championships in Berlin, Asher-Smith won both the 100 and 200 metres titles, improving her British records to 10.85 and 21.89 secs, becoming the first British woman in history to run below 22 seconds for 200 metres, and moving to 22nd on the 200 metres world all-time list (35th at 100m). Dina Asher Smith won a third gold medal in the 4 × 100 meters relay.

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