Steve Brown (athlete)

Biography

Stephen “Steve” Dark brown (created January 6, 1969 in Washington DC) is a retired sportsman from Trinidad and Tobago who specialized in the 110 metres hurdles. He displayed his birth nation USA until 1997. He attended the Wake Forest College or university, NEW YORK, US. While at Wake Forest, Brown was an associate of both football and monitor teams. He earned four ACC monitor game titles, including two in the 110 meter outdoor hurdles, and was a four-year beginner in football, documenting 122 profession receptions. Dark brown was inducted in to the Wake Forest Sports activities Hall of Popularity in ’09 2009, and was also called towards the ACC’s 50th Wedding anniversary Men’s Outdoor Monitor and Field group.

Achievements

Year Competition Location Position Event Records Representing  USA 1988 Globe Junior Championships Sudbury, Canada 2nd 110 m h 13.73 w (blowing wind: +3.0m/s) Representing  Trinidad and Tobago 1998 Central American and Caribbean Video games Maracaibo, Venezuela 2nd 110 m h 13.56 4th 4x100 m relay 39.65 Commonwealth Games Kuala Lampur, Malaysia 2nd 110 m h 13.48 1999 Pan American Games Winnipeg, Canada 5th 110 m h 13.53 5th 4x100 m relay 39.89 Globe Championships Seville, Spain 25th (qf) 110 m h 13.62 2000 Olympic Video games Sydney, Australia 30th (qf) 110 m h 14.12

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