Bruce Jenner booking
One of the most beloved athletes of the 1970s, track athlete Bruce Jenner was born on October 28,
1949, in Mount Kisco, New York. Jenner had dyslexia and struggled in school at a young age, but
excelled at sports. An injury in college forced him to give up football and turn to track and field. His
coach encouraged him to train for the Olympic decathlon, and, in 1972, Jenner placed third in the
Olympic trials and tenth at the Munich Games. At the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Jenner won
a gold medal and broke a world record, scoring 8,634 points in the decathlon. In recent years, Jenner
has appeared with his family on the popular reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Born William Bruce Jenner on October 28, 1949, in Mount Kisco, New York, Bruce Jenner struggled
with dyslexia and sought success through sports in his youth. In high school, Jenner excelled in water
skiing, football, basketball and track. He accepted a football scholarship from Graceland College in
Iowa, but after a knee injury took him out of the game, he switched to track and field. His college track
coach, L.D. Weldon, convinced Jenner to train for the Olympic decathlon. Little did the athlete know
then that he would go on to become one of the most beloved athletes of the 1970s.
In 1972, Bruce Jenner made an impressive run at the Summer Olympic Games in Munich, West
Germany (also known as the Games of the XX Olympiad): He placed third in the Olympic trials and
tenth at the Olympic Games. Four years later, however, Jenner would achieve Olympic stardom at the
1976 Summer Olympic Games in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. At the Montreal Games, the athlete won
a gold medal and set a new world record, scoring 8,634 points in the decathlon. After his win, a
bystander handed him an American flag, which he enthusiastically grabbed for a victory lap—a
gesture that has been repeated in Olympic games ever since. Following his Olympic success in 1976,
Jenner has remained in the public eye through endorsements, speaking engagements, TV
appearances and other outlets. After famously appearing on the Wheaties cereal box, he pursued
guest appearances on TV series such as CHiPs and The American Sportsman. He also became one
of only seven spokesmen for Wheaties. In 1980, Jenner made his big-screen debut in the notorious
flop Can’t Stop the Music. He later starred alongside Kris Kristofferson and Martin Sheen in the
dramatic film Original Intent, which went straight to DVD and was released in 1992.
From the late 1970s to the early 2000s, Bruce Jenner worked on several TV series and appeared in
TV movies. In recent years, he has appeared as himself on numerous game shows and TV reality
series, most notably with his wife, Kris Jenner, children Kendall and Kylie Jenner, and stepchildren
Robert Jr., Kim, Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian (Kris Jenner’s children with her first husband, Robert
Kardashian), on the E! reality series Keeping Up with the Kardashians, which premiered in 2007.
Since his retirement from sports, Jenner has also become a popular motivational speaker, television
sports commentator and author. He is head of Bruce Jenner Aviation, a firm that sells aircraft to
executives and corporations, and has written several books.
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