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Michelle Jenneke is a face of Coca-Cola’s Rio Olympic Games ad

She might not have won a bullion award though her enterprising warm-up dance slight has done Michelle Jenneke a domicile name.

And now, a Australian hurdler has turn a face of a Rio Olympic Games.

The 23-year-old – dubbed ‘Jiggling Jenneke’ – has been speckled on large billboards around a streets of a horde Brazilian city as partial of a tellurian Coca-Cola’s Olympic Games campaign.

In a latest advertisement, a up-and-coming Olympian – who is nonetheless to jump her approach by a semi-finals during a vital championships – performs her hip-wiggling dance in front of a resounding crowd.

Australian hurdler Michelle Jenneke (left) has been featured in a Coca-Cola announcement (pictured) on billboards around Rio alongside Jamaican competitor Kemar Bailey-Cole (right)

Australian hurdler Michelle Jenneke (left) has been featured in a Coca-Cola announcement (pictured) on billboards around Rio alongside Jamaican competitor Kemar Bailey-Cole (right)

The 23-year-old contestant is nonetheless to jump her approach by a semi-finals during a Olympic Games

The 23-year-old contestant is nonetheless to jump her approach by a semi-finals during a Olympic Games

Jenneke told the Herald Sun she had kept her astounded sponsorship purpose underneath wraps when she was approached by a tellurian hulk final year.

‘The fire was a lot of fun, it was indeed shot in Barcelona. we went on a disreputable debate to Barcelona, nobody knew, not even my friends, we didn’t tell anyone,’ she said.

‘That was a finish of Sep final year so it’s been underneath wraps for utterly a while so it’s flattering overwhelming now that it’s indeed out there and got all that exposure.

‘It was unequivocally good to be a partial of it, so many extraordinary athletes out there and Coke only have a unequivocally fun vibe. we had a unequivocally good time with it.’

The Sydney University tyro – who was recently named #ThatsGold envoy of Coca-Cola – is one of 79 athletes from 23 countries, to seem in a ad.

The latest Coca-Cola ad shows Jenneke behaving her hip-wiggling dance in front of a crowd

The Sydney University tyro was recently named #ThatsGold envoy of Coca-Cola

The Sydney University tyro was recently named #ThatsGold envoy of Coca-Cola

Jenneke pronounced she had kept her astounded sponsorship Coca-Cola purpose underneath wraps until now

Jenneke pronounced she had kept her astounded sponsorship Coca-Cola purpose underneath wraps until now

With only 3 days to go until a Olympics begins, Jenneke, who is one of Australia’s many recognizable athletes, pronounced she doesn’t see herself as a ‘professional sports person’.

‘I know that sounds uncanny as I’m going to a Olympic Games, though for me it’s still only one of those things that we do since we adore doing it,’ she said.

She has also prepared an ‘Aussie-themed outfit’ to wear when she hits a competition tracks.

‘It includes immature and bullion ribbons in my hair, an Australian dwindle tattoo on my hip, peculiar hosiery (one yellow, one green) and also my nails embellished immature and bullion – only to move that nationalistic vibe,’ she said.

The Sydney University tyro was recently named #ThatsGold envoy of Coca-Cola

The Sydney University tyro was recently named #ThatsGold envoy of Coca-Cola

The hurdler found celebrity in 2012 after her pre-race dance slight took a internet by storm

And Jenneke will turn one of a favourites of a Olympic crowds after being labelled ‘Jiggling Jenneke’ following her pre-race jitter dance routine.

‘I consider it’s a flattering cold title, to be honest,’ she said.

‘In entertainment it can be formidable to get that arrange of bearing and it’s been unequivocally good for me, a fact that this video has left out to a whole world. It’s non-stop adult so many doors for me and I’m so beholden for that.’

Last month, Jenneke told Daily Mail Australia she was aiming for a spot in a semi-final turn during a Rio Games.

‘I unequivocally wish to run to a best of my ability,’ she said.

‘My training has been going unequivocally well, and we am anticipating for a personal best time and get me into a semi-final and anything can occur then.

‘It would unequivocally count on a times we am using though hopefully we can get me into a final.’

Jenneke competent for a Olympics after she won a women's 100m hurdles progressing this year

Jenneke competent for a Olympics after she won a women’s 100m hurdles progressing this year

Jenneke pronounced she is aiming for a mark in a semi-final turn during a Rio Olympic Games

Jenneke pronounced she is aiming for a mark in a semi-final turn during a Rio Olympic Games

The rising star was only 19 when she was filmed dancing, hopping adult and down and wriggling her hips as she attempted to shake off pre-race jitters during a IAAF World Junior Championship in Barcelona in 2012. 

Four years on, a immature Olympian from Dural in Sydney’s north-west, pronounced she did not bewail creation a moves that gave her celebrity on amicable media.

‘It’s been unequivocally good for me. It’s given me a form in a sport. It can be utterly formidable in entertainment to make a name for yourself and that helped me do it,’ she said.

Earlier this year a indication and curtain competent for a Rio Olympics after she won a women’s 100 metres hurdles in 12.93 seconds during a Australian National Championships during Sydney Olympic Park.

Dancing a nerves away: Jenneke has admited she dances even before training sessions

Four years on, a first-time Olympian from Dural in Sydney's north-west, pronounced she did not bewail creation a moves that gave her celebrity on amicable media

Four years on, a first-time Olympian from Dural in Sydney’s north-west, pronounced she did not bewail creation a moves that gave her celebrity on amicable media

Just days before she qualified, Jenneke pronounced she wanted to come behind onto a competition marks as an contestant instead of a YouTube sensation.

‘It’s unequivocally exciting, a awaiting of being an Olympian and removing my name out there so that I’m some-more good famous for my athletics,’ she said.

‘When we go over there we don’t only wish to go over there and only have a pretension of Olympian. we wish to do a best we can, pulling towards creation a final and we wish to competition good there.

‘It’s not about only running. we wish to be in my best figure in Rio.’

HURDLER MICHELLE JENNEKE’S TOP THREE GOLD MOMENTS

Winning Silver during a Youth Olympic Games 2010

I came second in a final and walked divided with a china medal. That was a unequivocally outrageous impulse for me and that’s a impulse when we realised that we was half decent during athletics, so that was unequivocally a golden impulse for me.

Running a Personal Best 

In 2015 during a National Championships where we ran my personal best time of 12.82 seconds, and in that competition we indeed became a second fastest Australian of all time – behind Sally Pearson, who’s flattering fast, so being second behind her was a unequivocally good moment.

Feeling a Love 

At only about each race, my family is there ancillary me. They transport all over a universe to watch me contest and I’ve got 8 people entrance over to Rio only to be partial of my hearten squad. They’re so amazing. After each competition we always find my approach into a stands, even if it means violation by some areas I’m not meant to be in only to make certain we find them – afterwards it’s hugs all round! It’s a unequivocally special moment.

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