Bradley Cooper (athlete)

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Bradley Cooper
Personal information
Nationality Bahamian
Born June 30, 1957
The Bahamas
Residence Bahamas
Alma mater Florida State University
Occupation Manager, Wellness Centre at The College of The Bahamas

Bradley "Brad" Cooper (born June 30, 1957) is a retired male discus thrower and shot putter from the Bahamas. He competed for his native country in two consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1984. Cooper set his personal best, 67.10 metres (220.1 ft), in the discus event on June 14, 1986 in Nassau.

Competition record[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing the  Bahamas
1975 CARIFTA Games (U20) Hamilton, Bermuda 2nd Discus throw 47.12 m
1976 CARIFTA Games (U20) Nassau, Bahamas 1st Shot put 15.71 m
1st Discus throw 53.62 m
1977 Central American and Caribbean Championships Xalapa, Mexico 3rd Discus throw 54.08 m
1978 Central American and Caribbean Games Medellín, Colombia 3rd Discus throw 54.24 m
Commonwealth Games Edmonton, Canada 12th Shot put 14.92 m
2nd Discus throw 57.30 m
1979 Central American and Caribbean Championships Guadalajara, Mexico 2nd Shot put 18.35 m
2nd Discus throw 61.24 m
Pan American Games San Juan, Puerto Rico 2nd Discus throw 62.16 m
1981 Central American and Caribbean Championships Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 2nd Discus throw 62.32 m
1982 Central American and Caribbean Games Havana, Cuba 2nd Discus throw 66.72 m
Commonwealth Games Brisbane, Australia 1st Discus throw 64.04 m
1983 Central American and Caribbean Championships Havana, Cuba 1st Discus throw 63.26 m
World Championships Helsinki, Finland 12th Discus throw 58.70 m
Pan American Games Caracas, Venezuela 2nd Discus throw 62.38 m
1984 Olympic Games Los Angeles, United States 16th (q) Discus throw 53.70 m
1985 Central American and Caribbean Championships Santiago, Dominican Republic 3rd Discus throw 60.10 m
1986 Central American and Caribbean Games Santiago, Dominican Republic 2nd Discus throw 64.56 m
1987 Pan American Games Indianapolis, United States 2nd Discus throw 64.56 m
World Championships Rome, Italy 10th Discus throw 61.94 m
1988 Olympic Games Seoul, South Korea 16th (q) Discus throw 59.74 m
1990 Commonwealth Games Auckland, New Zealand 4th Discus throw 58.98 m
1994 Commonwealth Games Victoria, Canada 6th Discus throw 60.46 m

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