Troy Kemp

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Troy Kemp
Medal record
Men’s athletics
Competitor for  Bahamas
World Championships
Gold1995 GothenburgHigh jump
Pan American Games
Silver1987 IndianapolisHigh jump
Silver1991 HavannaHigh jump
CAC Junior Championships (U20)
Gold1984 San JuanHigh jump
CAC Junior Championships (U17)
Silver1982 BridgetownHigh jump
Bronze1982 BridgetownPole vault
CARIFTA Games
Junior (U20)
Gold1985 BridgetownHigh jump
Silver1984 NassauHigh jump
CARIFTA Games
Youth (U17)
Gold1982 KingstonHigh jump
Silver1983 Fort-de-FranceHigh jump
Silver1983 Fort-de-FranceJavelin Throw
Bronze1981 NassauHigh jump
 
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Troy Kemp
Medal record
Men’s athletics
Competitor for  Bahamas
World Championships
Gold1995 GothenburgHigh jump
Pan American Games
Silver1987 IndianapolisHigh jump
Silver1991 HavannaHigh jump
CAC Junior Championships (U20)
Gold1984 San JuanHigh jump
CAC Junior Championships (U17)
Silver1982 BridgetownHigh jump
Bronze1982 BridgetownPole vault
CARIFTA Games
Junior (U20)
Gold1985 BridgetownHigh jump
Silver1984 NassauHigh jump
CARIFTA Games
Youth (U17)
Gold1982 KingstonHigh jump
Silver1983 Fort-de-FranceHigh jump
Silver1983 Fort-de-FranceJavelin Throw
Bronze1981 NassauHigh jump

Troy Kemp (born June 18, 1966) is a former high jumper from Bahamas who won the gold medal at the 1995 World Championships in Athletics. Having jumped 2.38m in Nice 1995, Kemp is a co-holder of the Commonwealth record.

Achievements[edit]

YearCompetitionVenuePositionEventNotes
Representing the  Bahamas
1981CARIFTA Games (U-17)Nassau, Bahamas3rdHigh jump1.88 m
1982CARIFTA Games (U-17)Kingston, Jamaica1stHigh jump1.88 m
Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships (U-17)Bridgetown, Barbados2ndHigh jump1.82 m
3rdPole vault2.64 m
1983CARIFTA Games (U-17)Fort-de-France, Martinique2ndHigh jump1.86 m
2ndJavelin throw44.64 m
1984CARIFTA Games (U-20)Nassau, Bahamas2ndHigh jump2.11 m
Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships (U-20)San Juan, Puerto Rico1stHigh jump2.12 m
1985CARIFTA Games (U-20)Bridgetown, Barbados1stHigh jump2.13 m
1987Pan American GamesIndianapolis, United States2ndHigh jump2.28 m
1988Olympic GamesSeoul, South Korea20th (q)High jump2.19 m
1989World Indoor ChampionshipsBudapest, Hungary13thHigh jump2.25 m
Central American and Caribbean ChampionshipsSan Juan, Puerto Rico2ndHigh jump2.26 m
1991Pan American GamesHavana, Cuba2ndHigh jump2.32 m
World ChampionshipsTokyo, Japan5thHigh jump2.34 m
1992Olympic GamesBarcelona, Spain7thHigh jump2.31 m
1993World ChampionshipsStuttgart, Germany5thHigh jump2.34 m
1995World ChampionshipsGothenburg, Sweden1stHigh jump2.37 m
1996Olympic GamesAtlanta, United States13thHigh jump2.25 m

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