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BRUNY SURIN


One of the world’s fastest men, Bruny Surin, has joined the Scotiabank® Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer team!

Bruny Surin first participated in the Olympic Games in 1988 as a long jumper, but moved into the 100-metre event in 1989, winning the Canadian championship with a time of 10.14 seconds. At the 1992 Summer Olympics, Bruny finished fourth in the 100-metre and was a member of Canada’s 4x100 metre relay. In 1996, the Canadian 4x100 metre relay team collected the Olympic gold medal! Bruny has broken the 10-second mark in the 100-metre several times and holds a personal record (and tied with Donovan Bailey as a Canadian record) of 9.84 seconds. In 2008, Bruny was inducted into Canada’s Sport Hall of Fame as a member of the Olympic gold medal-winning Canadian team.