Christopher ("Chris") Baillie (born 21 April 1981) is a Scottish hurdler from Old Kilpatrick, most noted for his silver medal at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in the 110 metre hurdles. He is the younger brother of the late Ross Baillie who was also a hurdler.

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  • Christopher ("Chris") Baillie (born 21 April 1981) is a Scottish hurdler from Old Kilpatrick, most noted for his silver medal at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in the 110 metre hurdles. He is the younger brother of the late Ross Baillie who was also a hurdler. (en)
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  • Victoria Park Athletic Club
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  • British hurdler (en)
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  • Christopher ("Chris") Baillie (born 21 April 1981) is a Scottish hurdler from Old Kilpatrick, most noted for his silver medal at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in the 110 metre hurdles. He is the younger brother of the late Ross Baillie who was also a hurdler. (en)
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