Clifton Bradeley was born in the UK but on his first birthday emigrated to Australia with his family. He ran everywhere as a child and when his family returned to the UK he was soon to be recognised as a promising young schools athlete.
His school athletics career culminated in three All-England Schools titles both on the track and cross-country. This included smashing Steve Cram's long-standing senior boys 1500m record. Clifton's 1985 championship record of 3.45.6min/secs still stands to this day. He went on to win silver at 1500m in the world schools games and was set to become a senior Great Britain and England international athlete at the age of nineteen often running along side Steve Ovett and Sebastian Coe.
Clifton has carried out 15,000 biomechanical assessments over twenty years. These have included mainly sports men and women, hundreds of children and non-athletes alike. These are just a few of his clients.