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Ray Stewart

Athletics (sport) Competitor
Male
Born Mar 18, 1965
Age 51
Hometown Kingston, Jamaica
Nationality Jamaican

Raymond Douglas Stewart (born March 18, 1965 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a former Jamaican athlete who specialised in the 100 metres event. As a junior athlete Stewart found much success at the CARIFTA Games, winning five gold medals within a four year period. In 1984 he reached the 100 m Olympic final and won an Olympic silver medal for the 4×100 metres relay. At the 1987 World Championships he took silver in the 100 m and bronze with the Jamaican relay team.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1965 Birth Born on March 18, 1965.

TEENAGE

1984 19 Years Old In 1984 he reached the 100 m Olympic final and won an Olympic silver medal for the 4×100 metres relay.

TWENTIES

1987 22 Years Old 1 More Event
At the 1987 World Championships he took silver in the 100 m and bronze with the Jamaican relay team.
1988 23 Years Old A leg injury in the 1988 Olympic final of the 100 m ruined his medal chances in both the individual and relay events. A new personal best of 9.97 seconds at the NCAA Outdoor Championships made him the number one ranked 100 m athlete in 1989 and the first Jamaican to officially break the 10-second barrier. … Read More
1991 26 Years Old Stewart recorded a national record of 9.96 seconds at the 1991 World Championships but this was surprisingly only enough for sixth place; two continental records and the world record were broken in the race.
1992 27 Years Old Stewart reached his third consecutive Olympic 100 m final in 1992, becoming the first man to do so.
1993 28 Years Old He reached the 1993 and 1995 World Championship finals of the 100 m but failed to medal.

THIRTIES

1996 31 Years Old He attended his last Olympics in 1996. … Read More
2003 38 Years Old …  A copy of an e-mail message from July 2003 was shown to the Times, in which Herdia described drugs he had recommended for two athletes trained by Stewart. … Read More

FORTIES

2009 44 Years Old 1 More Event
In April 2009 Stewart's name was further tarnished following the IAAF stripping Jerome Young of his World Championship results following Young's admission of doping from 1991 through 2003. … Read More
2010 45 Years Old 1 More Event
He went on to coach a number of prominent sprinters, including Jerome Young, but Stewart received a life-ban from athletics in 2010 as he had obtained performance enhancing drugs for his athletes. … Read More
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