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Jonathan Hay was born on 12 February, 1992. Discover Jonathan Hay's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 28 years old?

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Age 29 years old
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Born 12 February 1992
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Hay mainly competed in British Milers Club meetings in 2013, although he did manage sixth in the 5000 m at that year's British Athletics Championships as well as twelfth place and team gold in the under-23 section of the 2013 European Cross Country Championships. He struggled to transition into the senior ranks on the track the following year, coming 15th nationally in the 5000 m despite winning the British under-23 title. He placed within the top ten at the Great North Run. He returned to the European Under-23 Cross Country race and managed fourth place – Britain's best performer – and led the British to the team silver medals behind Russia.


He started the 2012 season with his first senior level success against international competition: he was runner-up to Asbel Kiprop at the Great Edinburgh Cross Country, defeating Olympic medallists Eliud Kipchoge and Kenenisa Bekele in the process. He started studying chemistry at the University of Birmingham and proved himself in student competition with a win at the BUCS Cross Country. He retained his English cross country title shortly after. Hay was the winner of the 1500 m at the UK under-23 Championships, but a week later he didn't make it past the heats of that event at the British Olympic Trials for the 2012 London Olympics. He took to the roads at the end of the year instead, coming third at the Great Yorkshire Run and 16th at the Great North Run.


Hay represented his club at the European Champion Clubs Cup Cross Country in February 2011 and placed 28th for the team. He claimed his first senior national title at the England Cross Country Championships two weeks later. This preceded his best outing yet at the 2011 IAAF World Cross Country Championships, where he placed 39th in the junior section. At the national junior trials he won both the 1500 m and 5000 metres. He was selected for the latter event at the 2011 European Athletics Junior Championships and took the bronze medal in a close finish. After winning the British junior trial event, he went on to place eighth at the 2011 European Cross Country Championships, helping Britain to the team junior gold medals alongside individual medallist Richard Goodman.


Hay made his international debut for Great Britain in the 2009 season, starting with an appearance at the 2009 IAAF World Cross Country Championships in the junior race. He ran in the 1500 metres at the 2009 World Youth Championships in Athletics, being eliminated in the heats. At the end of the year he came 23rd in the junior race at the 2009 European Cross Country Championships. On the circuit he placed third in the junior 3000 m at the Aviva London Grand Prix and won the Gateshead leg of the UK Cross Challenge series. He returned to the cross country internationals the following year, improving to 62nd at the World Cross and 14th at the European Cross. That same year, he made his debut in road running at the Guernsey Easter Running Festival, winning the 10K run and coming runner-up in the half marathon.


Hay started taking part in running competitions at an early age and competed for Aldershot, Farnham and District Athletics Club in 2003. He initially focused on middle-distance events and cross country. By the end of 2008 he had won the Surrey cross country title and the 3000 metres titles at the UK School Games and the English Schools Championships. Hay trained under the tutelage of Mick Woods, a former British international runner.


Jonathan "Jonny" Hay (born 12 February 1992) is a British middle- and long-distance runner who competes in cross country, track and half marathons.