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Bryan Coaches Kids
October 31st, 2007

While in Hawaii, Bryan held a free clinic at the Lanai High School gym to help teach kids the proper techniques for stretching, warming up, and running. The clinic, presented by the Straub Lanai Family Health Center, was for ages 7-18, and was a great success. Bryan enjoys coaching and being around children, making an event like this something that he is truly passionate about. You can check out a video of the event here.


Olympic medalist helps Kaua‘i kids run
October 16th, 2007

Dennis Fujimoto - The Garden Island

Bryan Clay wanted to work with the youth, said Lani Yukimura, director of Philantropy and Community Relations for The Wilcox Health Foundation.

Clay, Hawai‘i’s 2004 Olympic Silver Medalist and 2005 Decathlon World Champion, was wrapping up his weekend after making appearances at the second annual Sports Health Fair Saturday at Kukui Grove Shopping Center.


On Sunday, the graduate from Castle High School gave Kaua‘i’s youth an opportunity to learn proper warmup and running techniques during a Speed Training session at Vidinha Stadium.

Continue reading this article from Kauai Garden Island News here


Defending world champion Bryan Clay withdraws from decathlon after injuring quadriceps muscle
September 2nd, 2007

OSAKA, Japan — Bryan Clay applied ice to his injured quadriceps muscle, got a quick massage and even turned to acupuncture.
Nothing helped ease the pain. So the reigning decathlon champion withdrew from the competition at the world track and field championships. He tweaked his right leg while competing in the high jump, the fourth of five events Friday evening.

“It was just too painful,” said Clay, who had 3,558 points. “It was going so well, too.” Click here. to continue reading


Decathlete Clay hopes to hear home-crowd Cheers (USA Today)
August 29th, 2007

OSAKA, Japan — Bryan Clay wouldn’t mind becoming the home crowd favorite during the decathlon this weekend at the world track and field championships.

Under the best of conditions, the two-day, 10-event competition is draining. With temperatures in the 90’s and high humidity, Clay is looking for any help he can get during the 12 hours of competition each day.

“The crowd will play a big role in helping us when we get tired and want to stop,” he said.

Read the rest of the article here.


Bryan’s Blog
August 20th, 2007

Hello to all,

First, I would like to thank you for following my career and visiting my brand new site! This is just one of the things I am doing in order to keep my fans in the loop.

With that being said, I am in the best shape of my life and looking forward to the 2007 and 2008 seasons.
There will be very exciting times throughout the next few years, and I cant wait to share them with you all. My coaching staff and I are definitely eyeing a couple of very significant records and we know I can’t do it without all of your support. So keep checking the site for up to date info and results from my latest competitions. Read the rest of this entry »