|Competitor for Canada|
|Silver||1984 Los Angeles||4x100m Relay|
|World Indoor Championships|
|Silver||1978 Edmonton||4x100 meters|
|Silver||1982 Brisbane||4x100 meters|
|Silver||1986 Edinburgh||4x100 meters|
|Pan American Junior Athletics Championships|
|Gold||1980 Sudbury||100 metres|
|Gold||1980 Sudbury||200 metres|
Angela Bailey first came to international attention at the Commonwealth Games in Edmonton in 1978. In 1980 she won Gold in both 100 meters and 200 meters at the first Pan Am Juniors Track and Field Championships in Sudbury. Beating the favoured American sprinter Michele Glover decisively in both distances. She won all her races on tour of New Zealand in late 1981. She placed 4th in the 100 meters and 7th in the 200 meters at the 1982 Commonwealth Games, and was again 4th in the 100 meters in 1986. Angela Bailey is the current Canadian record holder in the 100 metres. She holds the record in a time of 10.98. The time was set in Budapest, Hungary in 1987.
Bailey won a silver medal for the 4 x 100 m relay at the 1978 Commonwealth Games, and did so again in both the 1982 and 1986 games. At the 1983 World Championships she placed 5th in the 100 m and 7th in the 200 metres 5th in the 4 x 100 meter relay . At the same event in 1987 she placed 7th in the 100 m.
- Member of 1980 Olympic team ( Canada boycotted )
- Canadian National 100 metres Champion 1985, 1990
- Canadian National 200 metres Champion 1985
- Canadian Record Holder - 100 metres 10.98sec - set in 1987, (record still stands as of January 2013)
- Canadian Indoor Record Holder - 200 metres 23.32sec - set in 1984, (record still stands as of January 2013).
|1978||Commonwealth Games||Edmonton, Canada||semi-final||100 m||11.63|
|1981||World Cup||Rome, Italy||4th||4x100 m||43.06|
|1982||Commonwealth Games||Brisbane, Australia||4th||100 m||11.30|
|1983||World Championships||Helsinki, Finland||5th||100 m||11.20w|
|1984||Olympic Games||Los Angeles, United States||6th||100 m||11.40|
|1986||Commonwealth Games||Edinburgh, Scotland||4th||100 m||11.35w|
|1987||World Indoor Championships||Indianapolis, United States||3rd||60 m||7.12|
|World Championships||Rome, Italy||7th||100 m||11.18|
|1988||Olympic Games||Seoul, South Korea||quarter-final||100 m||11.29|
|1999||World Championships||Seville, Spain||6th||4x100 m||43.39|
Note: At the 1987 World Indoor Championships, Bailey originally finished fourth. She was promoted to the bronze medal position in 1989 after her Canadian team mate Angella Issajenko, who had won the silver medal, was disqualified after admitting long term drug use at the Dubin Inquiry.
Note: At the 1981 World Cup, Bailey was representing the Americas continent.