Jackson goes by in a blur.
Photographer Ian Rankin has captured 110m hurdler Colin Jackson
- This article is about the Welsh athlete. For other people called Colin Jackson see Colin Jackson (disambiguation)
Colin Ray Jackson CBE (born February 18, 1967 in Cardiff, Wales) is a Welsh sprint and hurdling athlete of Jamaican and distant in a blur blur (blur) indistinctness, clouding, or fogging.
spectacle blur the indistinct vision with spectacles occurring after removal of contact lenses, especially non–gas-permeable lenses; it is of speed using freeze-frame technology for a new exhibition.
The image of the Olympic silver medal winner and former world record holder will go on display at the Inspired by Sport exhibition that runs from May 2 to 13 at the Museum of London The Museum of London documents the history of London from the Palaeolithic to the present day. The museum is located in a 1970s building close to the Barbican Centre, approximately 10 minutes' walk north of St Paul's Cathedral and admission is free. .
The show features photographs of Olympic and Paralympic athletes taken by world-famous photographer Rankin, alongside images of children who have been helped by the Olympics legacy programme International Inspiration.
Each photograph demonstrates how International Inspiration is helping address issues including gender equality, gang violence, lack of educational opportunities and HIV/AIDS education.
* Ian Rankin's picture of Colin Jackson, which forms part of the Inspired by Sport exhibition at the Museum of London