Olivia Breen popularly known as Livvy, is a Welsh Paralympian athlete. Breen, who has cerebral palsy, mostly participates in T38 sprint and F38 long jump competitions. She has represented Wales at the Summer Paralympics in 2012, the Commonwealth Games in 2014 and 2018, and she won gold in the long jump at the Gold Coast games in 2018. Her personal bests in the 100m and 200m sprints are 13.34 seconds and 28.07 seconds, respectively. She finished second in the world in the T38 100m sprint and third in the T38 200m sprint.

Quick Facts

Celebrated Name Olivia Breen
Age 25 Years
Nick Name Livvy
Birth Name Olivia Grace Helena Breen
Birth Date 1996-10-26
Gender Female
Profession Paralympian Athlete
Place Of Birth Guildford
Birth Nation England
Nationality Welsh
Famous For Popular Welsh Paralympian athlete
Father Michael Breen
Mother Helen Breen
Ethnicity European-White
Religion Christianity
Horoscope Leo
Height Tall
Body Type Athletic
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Dark Brown
Sexual Orientation Straight
Marital Status Unmarried
Boyfriend Tejiri Ajuchi
Source of Wealth Salary, prize money, and endorsements
Net Worth Below $1 million

Olivia Breen Biography

Olivia Breen was born on July 26th, 1996. Olivia Grace Helena Breen is her given name. Her birthplace is Guildford in the English county of Surrey. She is of Welsh descent. Her father, Michael Breen, and mother, Helen Breen, gave birth to her. Her father is of Irish descent, and her mother is of Welsh descent. She is of European-white heritage and practices Christianity. Her astrological sign is Leo.

Olivia Breen Height, Weight

Olivia Breen is a tall woman. The Welsh athlete maintains healthy body weight. She has an athletic body because she is a professional athlete. More information about her physical measurements will be added here as they become available. Her eyes are brown, and her hair is dark brown. Her sexual orientation is heterosexual.

Olivia Breen
Olivia Breen With Her Mother (Source: Instagram)


Olivia Breen suffers from cerebral palsy. She has been racing since she was in grade school. She received her T38 classification in January 2012, allowing her to be considered for Paralympic selection.

In January 2012, she competed in the IPC Athletic European Championships in the Netherlands. She finished third in both the 100m and 200m sprints. She set a personal best in the 100m at the European Championships the same year.

In July 2012, she set a personal best in the 200m sprint at the Diamond League competition at Crystal Palace in London. She was eventually nominated to Great Britain’s Paralympic athletics team for the Summer Paralympics in 2012. She ran the T38 100m and 200m sprints. She finished sixth in the 100m final with a time of 14.42 seconds.

With a timing of 30.22 seconds, she finished eighth in the 200m final. She also took part in the first leg of the T35-38 women’s relay team, which won bronze. Following that, she competed in the 2013 IPC World Championships in Lyon. She came in fifth place in both the 100m and 200m. She subsequently shifted from sprinting to long jumping. She competed for Wales at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

In 2014, she competed in the IPC European Championships. She took bronze in the 4*100m relay as an individual. She won silver in the T35-28 relay, setting a new British mark of 53.84 seconds. At the IPC European Championships in Grosseto in 2016, the Welsh team won gold in the 4*100m relay. At the 2017 IPC World Championships, she won gold in the Long Jump. She competed in the Commonwealth Games in 2018. She won gold in the long jump and bronze in the 100m.

Olivia Breen Boyfriend, Dating

Olivia Breen has never been married. She is not, however, single. Tejiri Ajuchi is the man she is in a relationship with. There are little data regarding her personal life and relationship history available at this time. They began dating in 2015. Any changes to her relationship or marital status will be posted here.

A female referee at the English Championships told Breen that her sprint shorts were too short and indecent. Breen responded by tweeting that the encounter had rendered her dumbfounded. She penned,

“I am eternally grateful to the amazing volunteers who officiate at sporting events. They do an outstanding job and enable us to compete. However, I am sad tonight since, shortly after finishing my long jump competition at the English Championships, one of the female officials felt compelled to notify me that my spirit briefs were too short and unsuitable. I was rendered dumbfounded. I’ve been wearing the same spring briefs for many years, and they’re specifically intended for competition. Hopefully, I’ll be wearing them in Tokyo. It made me wonder if a male rival would be treated similarly. I hope no other female athletes experienced similar difficulties. I see the necessity for standards and norms for competition attire, but women should not be made to feel self-conscious about what they wear when competing, but rather should feel comfortable and at ease.”

Olivia Breen Net Worth

Olivia Breen earns a living as a professional athlete, Her earnings are derived from contracts, prize money, and endorsements. Her net worth is currently estimated to be less than $1 million.

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