Donovan Bailey is one of the world's all-time greatest and most dominant sprinting legends. Track and Field News named Bailey Sprinter of the Decade (90’s).
- He is a two-time Olympic champion, three time world champion, and two time world record holder
- In 1996 Bailey achieved the fastest top speed ever recorded in history at 27.07 mph, only surpassed by Usain Bolt
- Bailey also broke the indoor 50 metre world record in a time of 5.56 seconds, a record that still stands today
- Since retirement in 2001, he has worked as a commentator for CBC, BBC, CTV and Eurosport. He is involved with many charitable associations and his own foundation