Ray Stewart
Athletics (sport) competitor
Ray Stewart
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.
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Gray, Stewart win national prep athlete honors
USA Today - over 4 years
Football player Johnathan Gray and basketball player Breanna Stewart were honored as the national prep athletes of the year on Tuesday.
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Black bear down for the count after tranquilizer shots
LATimes - almost 5 years
A black bear that has been frequenting the hillside communities around Angeles National Forest finally conked out Tuesday after Fish and Game authorities shot him with at least three tranquilizer darts. Now they must figure out how to move the 250-pound bear out of a La Crescenta backyard and into a metal bear trap waiting down the street. He will be taken back into the forest. Authorities said the first darts were fired about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday after the bear had been roaming the neighborhood for several hours. They said it was a coincidence that Fish and Game was in the area. Lt. Martin Wall with Fish and Game said he had been retrieving his bear trap from the area because rain was in the forecast. "The timing was real good," he sad. "I was on my way down here. But it could be difficult to move him. It's going to take a couple people." He said that trying to pick up the large creature will be "like moving a water bed without a frame." Meanwhile, residents gathered around ...
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St Johnstone in the community - Perthshire Advertiser
Google News - over 5 years
The one-time Perth Academy pupil, a Scotland schoolboy cap whose clubs included Celtic and Saints, followed in the bootsteps of Ray Stewart and Harry McKinlay 17 years ago. In an era when the Scottish Government is promoting values like respect,
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Cable TV series to feature 2006 Lansing prison break - Tonganoxie Mirror
Google News - over 5 years
Tuesday's “I Escaped: Real Prison Breaks” episode includes interviews with Young, as well as Lansing Warden Dave McKune, Tennessee Highway Patrol Troopers Ray Fowler and Gray Gibson, Deputy Ray Stewart of the US Marshals Service and Dawn Bormann,
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STEWART v. RAY - Leagle.com
Google News - over 5 years
Appellant Opal Ray Stewart challenges the probate court's declaratory judgment interpreting her father's will to require equal distribution of his personal property and residual estate among his eight children. For the reasons that follow, we affirm
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Women's basketball welcomes new players, coaches - BYU Daily Universe
Google News - over 5 years
The team will also welcome two new assistant coaches, Melinda Bendall and Ray Stewart, and Judkins and players alike are excited for the latest additions to the staff. “Melinda actually played here,” Hall said. “She was a senior when I was a freshman
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Beverly Hills Polo Club Announces Home Furnishings Licensing Opportunities - Furniture World Magazine (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
“Beverly Hills Polo Club Brand is an internationally registered trademark identified by consumers with quality, fashion and status,” said Ray Stewart, Vice President - Brand Manager of Beverly Hills Polo Club. “The Brand appeals to younger,
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Charles Edward Bruffey indicted in second M&T robbery - Keyser Mineral Daily News Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
Ricky Ray Stewart Jr., 51 Jones St., Piedmont, soliciting a minor via computer, and misdemeanor charges of sexual abuse in the third degree and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Frank Cecil White Jr., 12109 Dandelion Ave., Cumberland,
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Death notices, 8/24 - San Angelo Standard Times
Google News - over 5 years
Survivors include her children, Ron McWilliams of Longmont, Colo., and Jeanette McWilliams of San Angelo; and brother Bobby Ray Stewart of Lake Charles, La. SAN ANGELO - Velma Mullins Barnes, 81, died Monday, Aug. 22, 2011, in a local hospital
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Giant liquidation sale under way at former Aviza site: Land buyer... - Santa Cruz Sentinel
Google News - over 5 years
Ray Stewart, an engineer and a pilot, started a small electronics factory there behind Sky Park Airport in 1959. He sold the company to Watkins-Johnson, a defense contractor, which put up buildings without windows and employed as many as 1200 people
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Callie Mai Stewart - The Tennessean
Google News - over 5 years
She leaves to cherish her memories: one loving sister, Hazel Ellis; two loving daughters, Gwendolyn Lundy and Angela Bell (Kelvin); six loving sons, James Ray Stewart (Yolanda), Richard Stewart (Cleo Dale), Les Stewart, James Stewart Jr. (Chanta),
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Legend honoured for volunteering - Strathmore Standard
Google News - over 5 years
Rachel Psutka Standard Reporter Ray Stewart, centre, receives a token of appreciation from Gwen Schneider. Stewart is the recipient of the 2011 Keith Schneider Memorial Award of Excellence. Longtime rodeo volunteer and roping legend Ray Stewart was
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Plan for $500m project at Dandenong's old Holden site - Leader News
Google News - over 5 years
Cr John Kelly and Ray Stewart with his FE Holden at the old Holden site. Mr Stewart is a member of the FE-FC Holden Car Club of Victoria. Picture: Richard Serong. A DANDENONG manufacturing icon is being demolished to make way for a $500 million
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Convicted sex offender posed as paramedic, Cape Fear Valley Medical Center says - Fayetteville Observer
Google News - over 5 years
Hospital security procedures were refined late last year after another man tried to impersonate a doctor and paramedic at the health system. Daniel Ray Stewart, 25, was charged in November with three misdemeanor counts of impersonating a doctor
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Innovative system uses natural filter - The Dominion Post
Google News - over 5 years
"The study has the potential for a much broader application than municipal wastewater and could be adapted to recondition wastewater from a range of sources," says Ray Stewart of Sustainable Wairarapa
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Jerusalem will delay hiring water/sewer worker - Penn Yan Chronicle-Express (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Ray Stewart believes the town should bring the new employee on board soon so training can be done and the new employee can get to know job thoroughly before taking on full responsibility. Councilman Michael Folts argues that the town could save as much
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ray Stewart
    FORTIES
  • 2010
    Age 44
    In June 2010 Stewart was banned from coaching for life by the USADA.
    More Details Hide Details His personal best in the 50 m event is the third fastest time by a Jamaican.
    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.
    More Details Hide Details Stewart attended Camperdown High School, and was coached by Glen Mills. After leaving Camperdown Stewart attended Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas Running in the Under 17 Boy's category Stewart won the 100 m event at the CARIFTA Games in Nassau, his time being 10.9 s. He completed a successful double by winning the 200 m in 22.32 s. At the CARIFTA Games in Fort-de-France Stewart finished second in the Under 20 Men 100 m, in a wind aided 10.40. He won the 200 m event in the same category in 21.13 s. A bronze medal with the 4x100 m relay team was earned with a time of 41.28 s. At the inaugural World Championships in Helsinki Stewart, only 18 years old, finished fifth in heat two of the 100 m semi final. His time of 10.40 was .01 slower than the third and fourth place finishers in his heat. Stewart also ran the second leg of the Jamaican 4x100 m relay team, which finished seventh in 38.75 s.
  • 2009
    Age 43
    At the New York launch of the 2009 Penn Relays, Stewart was honored by Team Jamaica Bickle for his contribution to athletics.
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    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.
    More Details Hide Details Stewart once coached Young.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2003
    Age 37
    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.
    More Details Hide Details When contacted Stewart initially denied knowing Herdia but then said that they had met after being shown a copy of the e-mail. Stewart then stated that he had rejected the drugs offered by Herdia.
  • 1996
    Age 30
    He attended his last Olympics in 1996.
    More Details Hide Details Stewart had a career that lasted almost twenty years, competing at four successive Olympic Games and six World Championships. He also won the 100 m at the Jamaican national championships seven times. His 100 m personal best of 9.96 seconds makes him the fifth fastest Jamaican sprinter in the event, after Usain Bolt, Asafa Powell, Nesta Carter and Yohan Blake.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1993
    Age 27
    He reached the 1993 and 1995 World Championship finals of the 100 m but failed to medal.
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  • 1992
    Age 26
    Stewart reached his third consecutive Olympic 100 m final in 1992, becoming the first man to do so.
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  • 1991
    Age 25
    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.
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  • 1988
    Age 22
    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.
    More Details Hide Details At the competition he also recorded the third fastest relay time ever. He won his first Commonwealth Games medal the following year, taking bronze in the relay.
  • 1987
    Age 21
    He won two medals at the 1987 World Championships in Rome.
    More Details Hide Details Recording 10.08 s, he won the bronze medal in the 100 m, behind Ben Johnson and Carl Lewis; his finish position and medal were later upgraded after Johnson was disqualified following his positive test for a steroid at the 1988 Olympics and later admission of seven years of use. Running the anchor leg for the 4x100 m relay team he earned a bronze medal in 38.41 s. Stewart finished the season ranked number four in the world. Stewart won the 100 m Jamaica National Championship for the third consecutive year, in 10.08. At the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, Stewart came eighth in the 100 m final despite qualifying fourth fastest from the semi finals; his time of 12.26 was a result of slowing down before the end due to a leg injury. His position was later improved to seventh following the disqualification of race winner Ben Johnson. Because of his injury Stewart did not run on the 4x100 m relay team, which finished fourth in the final. He finished the season ranked seventh in the world.
    At the 1987 World Championships he took silver in the 100 m and bronze with the Jamaican relay team.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1984
    Age 18
    In 1984 he reached the 100 m Olympic final and won an Olympic silver medal for the 4×100 metres relay.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1965
    Born
    Born on March 18, 1965.
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