11 Facts About Du'aine Ladejo


At the 1994 European Championships, Ladejo won gold medals in both the 400 metres and the 4x400 metres relay.


Du'aine Ladejo won the individual sprint in 45.09 seconds, beating his compatriot and defending-champion Roger Black into second place.


Du'aine Ladejo won the 400 metres gold medal at the European Indoor Championships in both 1994 and 1996.


Du'aine Ladejo tried his hand at the decathlon, in which he finished seventh at the 1998 Commonwealth Games, and competed in the 400-metre hurdles.


Du'aine Ladejo appeared on the ITV reality TV show Celebrity Love Island in 2005.


Du'aine Ladejo is the creator and owner of the television show Australia's Greatest Athlete Australia's Greatest Athlete.


Du'aine Ladejo is the owner of the brand and Trademark Greatest Athlete.


In 2008, Du'aine Ladejo joined the Sky One revival of the TV show Gladiators, competing under the Gladiator alias "Predator".


Du'aine Ladejo started his education at Forest Grange School in West Sussex, before going on to King Edward's School, Witley.


Du'aine Ladejo completed his high school education in the United States at Medina High School in Medina, Ohio, where he graduated in 1988.


Du'aine Ladejo then went on to study radio, television and film at the University of Texas, graduating in 1993.