Personal Bio

From a small town on the Island of Oahu to the World Stage, Bryan Clay reached the top of the Olympic Podium against all odds. Diverted off the troubled path of his childhood, he went on to become one of the most decorated Decathletes of all time. Today, Bryan is sharing his story of redemption all over the world as a motivator, advisor, husband, father and ambassador of active, healthy living.

Bryan’s passion for health and fitness has been a driving principal in his life. Bryan attended Azusa Pacific University on a full athletic scholarship where he competed in the Decathlon. Bryan’s athletic career led him to ultimately win the Silver Medal in the 2004 Athens Olympics, the Gold Medal in the 2005 World Championships and, his ultimate achievement, the Gold Medal in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. His victory margin of 240 points was the largest since 1972 and earned him the title of “World’s Greatest Athlete”.

Bryan is the Founder and CEO of the Bryan Clay Foundation that seeks to help youth become fulfilled, productive members of society who are passionate about giving back. Bryan is also the Founder of Bryan Clay, Inc., a platform that he uses to encourage and promote an active, healthy lifestyle for better living. Bryan was recognized with Visa’s Humanitarian of the Year award in 2011, the ASAMA’s All Around Award (the Jim Thorpe Award), and the Athlete of the Year Award (the Jesse Owen’s Award) for USA Track & Field in 2008.

Currently Bryan has entered the world of entrepreneurship co-founding two startups in 2016; Bred Ventures, a tech incubator that focuses on fitness apps, and Eat The Frog Fitness, a rapidly growing group fitness franchise.