Dyan Buis

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Dyan Buis
Medal record
Track and field (athletics)
Competitor for  South Africa
Paralympic Games
Silver 2012 London Men's 100m T38
Bronze 2012 London Men's long jump F38
IPC World Championships
Silver 2013 Lyon Men's 100m - T38
Silver 2013 Lyon Men's 200m - T38

Dyan Buis (born 30 November 1990 in Riversdale, SAF) is a South African Paralympic sprint runner and long jumper. He has mild cerebral palsy and competes in the T38 class.[1]

Buis is a student at Global University in Cape Town, RSA, in Religious and Theological Studies, and trains at Maties Helderberg Disabled Sports Club in Stellenbosch. He competed at the 2012 Paralympic Games, where he won a Bronze Medal in the men's long jump with a world record time for his class of 6.48 metres. He also won a Silver Medal in the Men's 100m for his class.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dyan Buis, IPC, retrieved 6 September 2012 
  2. ^ Bernstein, Jenny, PARA-SA-LD-WRAP, retrieved 7 September 2012