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Todd Hays
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    (May 21, 1969- )
    Born in Del Rio, Texas
    Attended the University of Tulsa
    Won the Olympic silver medal in four-man (2002) (with Bill Schuffenhauer, Randy Jones and Garrett Hines)
    Won one silver medal (2003) and one bronze medal (2004) in four-man in the World Championships
    He made two failed attempts to make the team roster for CFL's Toronto Agronauts.
    He finished at 7th place in two-man and four-man in his final Olympics appearance.
    He was forced to retire from bobsledding for good after his failed attempt to comeback to the U.S. Olympic bobsled team for the 2010 Winter Olympics (he badly injured his head).
    He guided the University of Tulsa to the 1991 Freedom Bowl, beating San Diego State University, 28-17 as a linebacker.
    He was a kickboxer, winning the 1993 national championship.
    He helped Randy Jones and Garrett Hines become the first African American men to win Winter Olympic medals.
    He, along with Brian Shimer's four-man squad, piloted the United States to end its 46 year bobsled Olympic medal drought (2002).
    He worked as football coach after the 2006 Winter Olympics.

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