The 24-year-old jumped 2.29 metres to take third behind Russias Ivan Ukhov who cleared 2.38 metres and American Erik Kynard who managed 2.33 metres. He will share the third spot on the podium with Canadas Derek Drouin and Qatars Mutaz Essa Barshim who also cleared 2.29 metres. It seems like fiction to me, Grabarz told the BBC. Its incredible. Im really proud. If someone had said I would get a bronze at London 2012 at any point of my life, I would have bitten their hand off. I had been wasting too much time and not applying myself. My coach sat me down last year and gave me a good telling off - to put it nicely. He told me to stop wasting his time and my time, go away and if I didnt want it then dont come back. Im here and Ive got a medal. Im so happy. Grabarz brings the total of Huntingdonshire medals to four, adding his bronze to Louis Smiths silver and bronze and Sam Oldhams bronze in the gymnastics competitions. Team GB womens hockey player Hannah Macleod, a former Hinchingbrooke School pupil, has the chance to increase the total tonight by securing the teams place in Fridays final.