A tremendous athlete, Bruny Surin is a four-time Olympian in the sport of athletics. He teamed with Donovan Bailey, Glenroy Gilbert, Robert Esmie and alternate Carlton Chambers to form the world’s fastest 4×100-metre relay team. In dramatic fashion, they won Olympic gold in Atlanta. Along with 1996, he competed at the 1988, 1992 and 2000 Olympic Games. He made his mark as an Olympic long jumper in 1988 before becoming a 100-metre sprinter. Surin is a memeber of both Canada’s Olympic Hall of Fame and Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame.
|1988 Seoul||Olympic Summer Games||Athletics||Long Jump - Men||-||15|
|1992 Barcelona||Olympic Summer Games||Athletics||100m - Men||-||4|
|1992 Barcelona||Olympic Summer Games||Athletics||Relay 4x100m - Men||-||-|
|1996 Atlanta||Olympic Summer Games||Athletics||100m - Men||-||9|
|1996 Atlanta||Olympic Summer Games||Athletics||Relay 4x100m - Men||-||Gold|
|2000 Sydney||Olympic Summer Games||Athletics||100m - Men||-||16|
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