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Randy WILLIAMS

United States of America
TeamUnited States of America
Olympic Medals
1G
1S
Games Participations2
First Olympic GamesMunich 1972
Year of Birth1984

Biography

In 1972 the 19-year-old Randy Williams of Southern Cal became the youngest Olympic long jump champion in history Four years later, he took the silver medal in Montréal and in 1980 he qualified for his third Olympics but, because of the boycott, was denied a chance at his third Olympic medal. Williams saved his best for the Olympics; his domestic accomplishments were less impressive. He won his only NCAA title in 1972 and was AAU champion in 1972 and 1973.

Personal Bests: 100 – 10.34 (1977); 200 – 21.15 (1983); LJ – 27-4¼ (8.34) (1972); TJ – 52-3¾ (15.94) (1971).

Olympic Results

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