Randy Lewis (athlete)
|Competitor for Grenada|
|Silver||1997 Bridgetown||Triple jump|
|Bronze||1996 Kingston||Triple jump|
Randy Lewis (born 15 November 1978) is a Grenadian athlete competing in the triple jump. He represented Grenada at the 2004 and 2008 Summer Olympics, and has also competed at World Championship level indoors and outdoors. He won the bronze medal at the 2008 IAAF World Athletics Final. His personal best jump is 17.49 metres, achieved in May 2008 in São Paulo. This is the current Grenadian record.
Lewis attended Wichita State University where he is in the Hall of Fame for Track and Field. He won four individual titles in the Missouri Valley Conference and he is a three-time NCAA All American. He also currently owns the triple jump records (indoor and outdoor) at Wichita State University.
He is coached by Gerd Osenberg, the former coach of Ulrike Meyfarth.
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