British decathlete Ben Gregory suffered fractured skull and neck in bike crash


British decathlete Ben Gregory,31, is in a critical condition after being involved in a serious bike crash this weekend, being hit by a car. He suffered a fractured skull and neck and has multiple brain haemorrhages, being in a coma and on life support, according to his partner Naomi Heffernan. ‘Please pray for him and send all the positive energy and thoughts you can muster,’ she also said. Mr Gregory has competed in track and field for more than a decade. Gregory has represented Great Britain and competed for Wales at three Commonwealth Games – in Delhi in 2010, Glasgow in 2014, and at the Gold Coast four years ago. He set the new Welsh National Record in 2016 after he competed at the Mount Sac Relays and won the Decathlon.After, he became a personal trainer and coach.


Gregory also held a modelling contract with London-based agency W Model Management. His modelling work as used for campaigns worldwide. Fitness experts and athletes have issued their support for Mr Gregory after accident. Mr Gregory was previously involved in a cycling accident in September 2020. „Pick up a helmet when you ride a bike, just the same as you’d put a seatbelt on in a car,” he said at that time.