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Prepare.

Control.

Slow Down.

Train

Olympic gold medalist and "World's Fastest Man" Butch Reynolds emphasizes the value of maintaining good physical, mental, and spiritual health. According to him, having a balanced body and mind allows for appropriate form and technique that will enhance speed. His Gold Medal Mindset maintains awareness of the important facets of life, such as family, friends, school/work, and leisure but also recognizing them as distinct roles. Each training will allow you to grow as a person and/or athlete. 

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Life

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2024

Work with kids as part of the

Butch Reynolds Foundation

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2024

Share my knowledge with aspiring athletes

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2024

Share my story to help future athletes around the world

June 30 for 30

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2016

Hall of Fame Inductee

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1996

Non-profit youth program, promoting the importance of education among future student athletes

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1995

Track & Field

1986-87

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1992 & 1994

Awarded $27M in damages, but $ was never issued

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1988 Seoul

Gold 4x400M relay

Silver 400M

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Record. 8.17.1988

43.29 400M in Zurich

Record stood for 11 years

& is currently 3rd

All-Time

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1987

44.10 400M at the Jesse Owens classic

World Record

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Born. June 8, 1964

48.1 400M in high school

Thanks.

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