Bryan Clay first competed in track in field in high school, where he was coached by Dacre Bowen and Martin Hee. He then went on to attend college and competed in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics under Kevin Reid, who still coaches him. A Bryan Clay appearance can still be seen training at his university. After being persuaded by Chris Huffins, Clay decided to compete in the decathlon, under the management of Stephen Bienko of the Doyle Management Group.
A Bryan Clay appearance in the 2004 Athens Olympics led to a silver medal, and at the 2005 World Championships he took home the gold. However, injuries prevented him from competing in the 2007 World Championships. The Bryan Clay appearance at the 2008 Olympics marked a major comeback, winning the gold medal and, with his victory margin of 240 points, having the largest point differential since 1972.
Sometimes referred to as the “world’s greatest all-around athlete” even before joining the Olympics, Clay has a score of 130.40 in the SPARQ football test, the highest ever recorded. SPARQ is a test meant to measure sport-specific athleticism.
**Bryan Clay Speaker**
A devout Christian and an athlete with a balance of mental, physical, and emotional health, a Bryan Clay speaker appearance is not just limited to his career as a decathlete, but also his intense faith and his unmatched determination.
**Bryan Clay Appearance**
A Bryan Clay appearance took place at the Republican National Convention in support of John McCain’s presidential campaign. There was also a Bryan Clay appearance as a guest on David Letterman in which he endorsed his clothing line.
**Bryan Clay Endorsement**
A prominent Bryan Clay endorsement is his very own Olympics Wheaties cereal box. Aside from the Wheaties box, Clay has his own clothing line, Angry Genes, which also is promoted through a personal, Bryan Clay endorsement.
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