Henry made his Flame debut when he competed in the Triple Jump at the 2011 IAAF world championships in Daegu.
At the world indoor championship in Istanbul, 2012, he won silver in the long jump and is now the current Oceania record holder of the indoor long jump.
Henry is nominated to compete in the men's triple jump and the men's long jump at the 2012 Olympic Games.
Long jump: 2007 - 2nd (U20), 2011 - DNC, 2012 - DNC
Triple jump: 2008 - 1st (U20), 2011 - DNC, 2012 - DNC
World Junior Championships: 2008 [Bydgoszcz, POL] – Final 5th (16.29m)
World University Games: 2009 [Belgrade, SRB] – Final 12th (16.11m)
World Championships: 2011 [Daegu, KOR] - 9th (16.78m)
World indoor championships: 2012 [Istanbul, TUR] - 1st (8.23m)
EVENTS / PERSONAL BESTS
Long jump: 8.27 (+1.4) - Sydney (AUS), 18/02/2012
Triple jump: 17.23 (+0.6) - Melbourne (AUS) 02/03/2012
National U20 Record - Triple Jump: 16.58 – Melbourne (Vic), 11/12/08
Oceania record - indoor long jump: 8.23 - Istanbul (TUR), 10/03/2012
National triple jump champion (2010, 2012)
Naitonal long jump champion (2012)
World indoor championship silver medallist (2012)
Current Oceania indoor long jump record holder
Henry's uncle, Bruce Frayne, was a sprinter who represented Australia at the 1984 Olympic Games and the 1982 and 1986 Commonwealth Games, taking a silver medal in the 4x400m relay in Edinburgh in 1986.
Henry's father, Geoff Frayne, was a multiple place-getter at Australian championships in both long and triple jump.
Henry trains at the QAS Jumps Centre in Brisbane and he set his new personal best in Barcelona in the summer of 2011, where he placed second in a field which included Nigeriea's Tosin Oke and his effort of 17.04m elevated him to fourth on the Australian all-time list. The only other competition Henry had failed to win, prior to the world championships in 2011, was in France where he finished ahead of Olympic and world champion bronze medallist Leevan Sands (BAH) and only one centimetre behind winner Teddy Tamgho (FRA), who is the world indoor record holder.