| Place Of Birth || Bath, England |
| Residence || Bath, England |
| Occupation || Athlete |
| International Debut || 1995 |
| Coach || Malcolm Arnold |
| Club || Wessex and Bath Athletics Club |
| Recent Results || 1st in the 100m - 10.01 (ISTAF Golden League, Berlin, Germany, 04-Sep-2005)|
3rd in the 100m - 10.09 (Grand Prix, Rieti, Italy, 28-Aug-2005)
| Commonwealth |
| Manchester 2002 |
6th in the 100m (10.22)
Gold in the 4x100m relay (38.62)
Kuala Lumpur 1998
2nd in the heat of the 4x100m relay (38.20, the team went on to win Gold)
| Olympic |
| Athens 2004 |
5th in the semi-final of the 100m (10.12)
Gold in the 4x100m relay (38.07)
4th in the heat of Round 2 of the 100m (10.27)
disqualified in the heat of Round 1 of the 4x100m relay
| Injuries || Missed much of 1996 through injury. Withdrew from the European Cup 2000 due to a hamstring twinge in warm-up and then restricted by a back injury. Slight hamstring injury again in 2003. In 2004 underwent an operation to repair a double hernia. |
| Other || Personal Best:|
100m - 9.98 (Lausanne, Switzerland, 02-Jul-1999)
200m - 20.65 (Ingolstadt, Germany, 11-Jul-1999)
4x100m - 37.73 (Seville, Spain, 29-Aug- 1999)
1st in the 100m - 10.01 (ISTAF Golden League, Berlin, Germany, 04-Sep-2005)
60m - 6.55 (European Indoor Championships, Madrid, Spain, 05-Mar-2005)
11th in the 100m (as at 31-Oct-2005, IAAF)
Graduated from Bath University with a BSc in media studies.
Jason took the bronze medal for 60m at the 1999 World Indoors when his 6.46 broke Linford Christie's European record, and he went on to became the third European and British runner to break 10 seconds for 100m when 3rd in Lausanne on 2 July in 9.98.
Jason ran brilliantly to win the 100m against the USA with Maurice Greene over a metre down in 2000.
In 2000 created UK record of 5.61 for 50m with a 6.48 in the 60m at Madrid.
In 2004 Jason was awarded the Honorary Freeman of the City of Bath and he was awarded an MBE in the 2005 New Year Honours.