Joshua Ross

Joshua Ross competed at his first Olympic Games in Athens when he lined up in the 100m, finishing fifth in round 2 and 20th overall. He went on to become Australia’s third fastest sprinter of all time behind Matt Shirvington and Patrick Johnson, recording a personal best of 10.08 in 2007. The six-time national champion returned to Olympic competition in 2012 where he made the Olympic final as a part of the Australian Team in the men's 4x100m relay. The Australians awarded sixth place (USA DQ in 2015) behind the Jamaican champions anchored by Usain Bolt.

Olympic Results

2012 London

4 x 100m Relay - Men
Final ALOZIE, A; NTIAMOAH, I; MCCABE, A; ROSS, J 38.43 6
Round 1 Heat 2 ALOZIE, A; NTIAMOAH, I; MCCABE, A; ROSS, J 38.17 q 5
Final Placing 6 / 16

2004 Athens

100m - Men
Round 1 10.24 3rd
Round 2 10.22 5th
Final Placing 20 / 84
4 x 100m Relay - Men
Round 1 BASIL, A; DIBELLA, P; JOHNSON, P; ROSS, J 38.49 3rd
Final BASIL, A; DI BELLA, P; JOHNSON, P; ROSS, J 38.56 6th
Final Placing 6 / 16