Donovan Bailey is a Canadian former sprinter with a net worth of three million. Donovan Bailey came into this world in Manchester, Jamaica in December 1967. He's a former world record holder for the hundred meters. Bailey won Gold Medals at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta for 100 meters and 4×100 meter relay. He's also won Gold Medals in the World Championships in 1995 for hundred meters and in 1995 and 1997 for 4×100 meter relay. Bailey won a Silver Medal in the 1997 World Championships for hundred meters and won a Gold Medal in the 1994 Commonwealth Games for 4×100 meter relay. Bailey was the first Canadian that legally broke the ten second barrier of the hundred meters. He raced Michael Johnson in 1997 for the name of the world's quickest male. The race was won by him and also earned 1.5 million. Bailey proceeded to form DBX Sport Management and also as been effective as a track commentator. He was elected into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame in 2004 and 2008.
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