Gaylord "Gay" Damian Bryan (born May 1, 1927) was a male long and triple jumper from the United States, who competed in the 1940s and 1950s for his native country. Bryan set his personal best in the men's long jump event (7.74 metres) on April 9, 1949 at a meet in Westwood. He failed to qualify for the Summer Olympics (1948 and 1952) during his career. He won the gold medal in the long jump at the 1951 Pan American Games and was a four-time national champion in the triple jump.
|1948||Milwaukee, Wisconsin||1st||Triple jump|
|1949||US National Championships||Fresno, California||1st||Long jump|
|1950||US National Championships||College Park, Maryland||4th||Long jump|
|1951||US National Championships||Berkeley, California||2nd||Long jump|
|Pan American Games||Buenos Aires, Argentina||1st||Long jump|
|1952||US National Championships||Long Beach, California||5th||Triple jump|
- "Hall of Fame: Gaylord Bryan". Stanford Department of Athletics. Retrieved May 12, 2014.
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