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Volume 6 Number 11 SNU November 2007 Download Preview

  • Clinical Review: The Myth of Muscle Memory
  • He-Said-She-Said: What’s Up with the Night Club Scene?
  • Special Guest Interview: Bruny Surin: Olympic Gold Medalist
As a member of Canada's Olympic team, Bruny Surin was a gold medalist in the 4x100 m relay at the 1996 Summer Olympics. In the 60m event, Bruny Ranked First in the World 3 Times and was a Two time World Champion. In the 100meters, Bruny Ranked in the World's top ten 5 times. His Personal Best of 9.84 ranks 2nd in the World All-Time and is the fastest time ever recorded by a 32yr old.

Bruny has received many awards and honors, including Montréal athlete of the year, Québec athlete of the year, the Dick Ellis Trophy and Athletics Canada Athlete of the year.

Since retiring from Track & Field, Bruny has continued to pursue excellence as an entrepreneur. One of his many projects includes the development of a high quality sports nutrition product line called Xistence. By utilizing the same formula that brought him success in sport, Bruny has become a hard working executive, always looking for new business opportunities.

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