The Canadian running man
Jamaican-born, Ontarioraised sprinter Donovan Bailey made Canada proud when he won the 1996 100-metre Olympic gold medal.
His time of 9.84 seconds set a world record.
Bailey was also part of the relay team that won gold in the 4x100-metre race.
In 1997 he participated in a 150-metre race against American Olympian Michael Johnson to crown “the fastest man alive.”
Bailey won the One to One Challenge of Champions with a time of 14.99 seconds.