Don't Live Someone Else's Life | Jamie Baulch | Part 1
Jamie Baulch is a Welsh sprint athlete and television presenter. He won the 400m gold medal at the 1999 World Championships As a member of British 4x400m relay teams, he won a gold medal at the 1997 World Championships and silver medal at the 1996 Olympic Games.
He represented Wales at the Commonwealth Games where he won individual silver and a bronze medal in the 4 × 400 m relay.
After his retirement from athletics in 2005, Baulch set up several different businesses including ‘definitive’, his sports management company that manage sports personalities including Shane Williams, Dai Greene and Tasha Danvers. He also owns a sports memorabilia company named ‘Authentic Sports’ and a company, ‘Jamie Baulch Academy’, which sends sports personalities into schools to encourage children to become more involved in sport.
Baulch is also known to be actively involved with Jaguar Cars. In January 2008 Baulch was appointed a sprint coach for the Bradford Bulls Rugby league Club.
Baulch also became a squad member for the Welsh touch rugby team in 2010 which won the European cup later that year.
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