Greene delighted the Welsh nation when he stormed to gold at the
2010 Commonwealth Games. It completed a season in which he had
vectored at the European Championships, the European Cup and the
IAAF Continental Cup.
In 2011, he secured his career highlight to date: World
Championship gold. The victory came in Daegu with a commanding and
powerful performance to edge out Javier Culson.
He was also honoured at the end of the long 2010 season by the
British Sports Journalists' Association for Outstanding Performance
of the Year.
He was first introduced to athletics at Penygaer Primary School
but didn't begin training seriously until he went to UWIC at the
age of 18 and joined Darrell Maynard's training group. He graduated
with a degree in Leisure and Sports Management in 2008. He is now
based at the University of Bath and trains with Malcolm Arnold.
At the London 2012 Olympic Games - his first Olympics - he
finished fourth in the 400m hurdles and fourth in the 4 x 400m
He once scored a goal against Real Madrid youth team when
playing for Swansea City youth.
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