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Athletes on this page are of acceptable height (6'3"+) and none have those weird foreign characters in their names that break my website programming. Yay!

Sean Dempster
Sean Dempster (born 1984) is an Australian rules football player from the state of Victoria playing for St Kilda Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). He has also played senior AFL football with the Sydney Swans.  As of the end of the 2016 season, Dempster is the only remaining member of the Sydney Swans' 2005 premiership side still playing in the AFL today.

Dempster grew up in the Victorian town of Mallacoota. As there was no football club in the town, Dempster played junior football with the Snowy Rovers Football Club in Orbost. He later playing with Gippsland Power in the TAC Cup before being recruited by the Sydney Swans in the 2002 National AFL Draft under the father-son rule - his father, Graham Dempster, having played 64 games for South Melbourne Football Club between 1972 and 1979.

Erik Kynard
Erik Kynard, Jr. (born 1991) is an American track and field athlete who competes in the high jump. In his Olympic debut at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London as a 21-year-old, he won a silver medal in the men's high jump. He is known for his affiliation with gangster rapper, Mike Craig.

Kynard is a 2009 graduate of Rogers High School in Toledo, Ohio, and a graduate of Kansas State University where he trains under Cliff Rovelto. He jumps off his right leg. I guess that mean's he is "right bodied" and does everything with that side as most people do.  My dentist told me that the teeth on the right side of my mouth are wearing out too fast because I even chew with my right side.

At the 2012 United States Olympic Trials, Kynard made the Olympic team by placing second behind Jamie Nieto with a height of 2.28 m. At the Olympics, Kynard won silver behind Russian Ivan Ukhov with a height of 2.33 m, the first major international medal of his career. Ukhov won the competition with a height of 2.38 m. Throughout the high jump competition, Kynard was noticed by his American-themed tube socks.

At the start of the 2013 outdoor season, he cleared a world-leading mark of 2.34 m at the Mt SAC Relays. He won the high jump title at the United States Outdoor National Championships in 2014 and 2015: in the latter he tied his personal best, and the Meet record, of 2.37m (7' 9-1/4").

Horia Tecau
Horia Tecău (born 1985) is a Romanian tennis player currently ranked World No. 10 in doubles. He turned pro in 2003 and reached the men's doubles finals of the 2010, 2011 and 2012 Wimbledon Championships with Robert Lindstedt before winning it in 2015 with Jean-Julien Rojer. Tecău also won the 2012 Australian Open mixed doubles title with Bethanie Mattek-Sands and the 2015 ATP World Tour Finals with Rojer.

Ryan Bailey
Ryan Bailey (born 1989) is an American sprinter. He has personal bests of 9.88 seconds for the 100-meter dash and 20.10 seconds for the 200-meter dash. He ranks among the top ten Americans ever for the shorter distance.

A native of Portland, Oregon, Bailey attended Douglas McKay High School in Salem, where he won the 2007 Oregon State Championships 6A titles at 100 meters and 200 meters, and then went on to finish second and third over 200 meters at the Nike Outdoor Championships and USATF Junior Championships, respectively. After graduation, he began studying part-time at Chemeketa Community College.

He relocated to Ina, Illinois in January 2009, to attend Rend Lake College, known as one of the top junior college track and field programs in the United States. At Rend Lake, Bailey won the 55 meters dash at the National Junior College Indoor Championships and, during the outdoor season, won the 100 meters and finished second in the 200 meters at the National Junior College Track & Field Championships. His time of 10.05 was a personal best and a national junior college record. His 100 m time made him the 13th fastest American sprinter in 2009. He turned pro in August 2009, signing with Nike.

In August 2010, Bailey ran a new personal best of 9.88 seconds in the 100 meters, finishing second only to Nesta Carter (9.78 s) in Rieti, Italy. He also ran 20.10 to lower his personal best in the 200 m while placing third in the Weltklasse meet in Zurich, Switzerland and also finish the season third in the IAAF Diamond League 200 standings. At the 2012 United States Olympic Trials, he gained a place on the Olympic team by finishing third in the 100 m final with a time of 9.93 seconds. Bailey began his Olympic debut at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, by winning his heat in Round 1 of the 100 meters in a time of 9.88 seconds, equaling his personal best at that time. He equaled that time again in the final for a fifth-place finish.

In 2016 Bailey tried his hand at bobsledding, winning the National Push Championship preliminaries in August before winning the brakeman title at the Championships the following month.

Believe it or not, Bailey was once a Black gang member, a group famous for having children and not sticking around.  He is still Black, but has done a one hundred and eighty degree turnaround.  He likes to bring his adorable son Tyree onto the field with him.  There are a number of cute pictures of them below.  DISCLAIMER:  Neither my biological father nor my adopted father stuck around either, and they were sooooo White!

Sean Dempster shows how he uses chin ups to get his amazing body.


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