Nicolas Macrozonaris (born August 22, 1980) is a Canadian Olympic track & field athlete and has won the 100 meter national title four times and once in the 200 meter. He was inspired to run track and field after watching Donovan Bailey win the 100 meters at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. After watching that incredible race, it motivated him to take the sport seriously. A few years later, as a junior, he tied Ben Johnson's Canadian national record in the 50 meter sprint, running a time of 5.83. The following year, after 4 years of hard work and dedication, he qualified for the 2000 Sydney Olympics' 100 meter event at the age of 19. At the Olympics,he ran a time of 10.45 to finish 42nd overall out of 95, being eliminated in the heats.

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  • Nicolas Macrozonaris (born August 22, 1980) is a Canadian Olympic track & field athlete and has won the 100 meter national title four times and once in the 200 meter. He was inspired to run track and field after watching Donovan Bailey win the 100 meters at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. After watching that incredible race, it motivated him to take the sport seriously. A few years later, as a junior, he tied Ben Johnson's Canadian national record in the 50 meter sprint, running a time of 5.83. The following year, after 4 years of hard work and dedication, he qualified for the 2000 Sydney Olympics' 100 meter event at the age of 19. At the Olympics,he ran a time of 10.45 to finish 42nd overall out of 95, being eliminated in the heats. His culminating moment as a sprinter came in 2003 when he ran a time of 10.03 and beat the then world record holder, American Tim Montgomery in Mexico City. As of 2014, his time of 10.03 is still ranked the third fastest Canadian 100m time, behind Bruny Surin and Donovan Bailey who both share the national record with a 9.84 clocking. In 2004, he qualified for the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens and finished 28th out of 80 in the 100 meter event, thus improving his position from his previous Olympic Games in Sydney where he finished 42nd. Nicolas has had the honor to represent Canada in many international competitions and has qualified for six World Championships, three Francophone Games, two Olympic Games, two Commonwealth games, one World Cup, and one Pan American Championship. (en)
  • ニコラス・マクロゾナリス(Nicolas Macrozonaris、1980年8月22日 ‐ )は、カナダの元陸上競技選手。ギリシャ生まれの父とフランス系カナダ人の母を持つ白人スプリンター。100mの自己ベストはカナダ歴代5位の10秒03。 (ja)
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  • ニコラス・マクロゾナリス(Nicolas Macrozonaris、1980年8月22日 ‐ )は、カナダの元陸上競技選手。ギリシャ生まれの父とフランス系カナダ人の母を持つ白人スプリンター。100mの自己ベストはカナダ歴代5位の10秒03。 (ja)
  • Nicolas Macrozonaris (born August 22, 1980) is a Canadian Olympic track & field athlete and has won the 100 meter national title four times and once in the 200 meter. He was inspired to run track and field after watching Donovan Bailey win the 100 meters at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. After watching that incredible race, it motivated him to take the sport seriously. A few years later, as a junior, he tied Ben Johnson's Canadian national record in the 50 meter sprint, running a time of 5.83. The following year, after 4 years of hard work and dedication, he qualified for the 2000 Sydney Olympics' 100 meter event at the age of 19. At the Olympics,he ran a time of 10.45 to finish 42nd overall out of 95, being eliminated in the heats. (en)
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