Bruce Jenner jumped into our hearts in 1976 when he broke the world record for the Olympic decathlon, scoring 8,634 points at the Olympic Games in Montreal and earning the title of “World’s Greatest Athlete.” The Nation celebrated along with him, and his performance inspired a generation of athletes. Bruce’s accomplishments earned him the coveted Wheaties cereal box and, of several hundred athletes who have been featured, Jenner is one of seven Wheaties spokesmen.
In the years following his athletic achievements, Bruce has been involved in a wide variety of projects and causes. He’s been a guest star on numerous primetime television programs, a commentator for NBC, ABC and Fox sports, and host of his own health show. He and his wife Kris have also produced multiple infomercials and videos. Bruce is a supporter of many charitable organization and serves on several advisory boards. Most recently, California’s Governor Schwarzenegger appointed him the Athletic Boxing Commissioner for the state of California.
Bruce is also an entrepreneur, commercial spokesperson, television personality, actor, producer, and author. A devoted husband and father of ten, when he isn’t making corporate appearances, Bruce can be found spending time with his family onscreen on E! Network’s Keeping up with the Kardashians. Rated as the #1 show for the first two seasons, the series documents the daily lives of the Kardashian/Jenner family. Off screen and outside of work, Bruce finds time to enjoy his own hobbies including flying planes, racing cars in Grand Prix events and working on his golf game.
Bruce is also a sportscaster and commentator for a number of NBC sporting events, including the Olympic Games and received the title “Outstanding International Sportscaster of the Year.”
Bruce Jenner has accomplished a great deal in his lifetime. Interestingly, the core of his message is about others more than it is about himself. He is focused on the theme that any person who makes an effort can achieve something great – greatness is at the core of every man, woman and child who wants it. One powerful way to inherit greatness is to simply give.
“Get involved! That’s what America is about – helping other people.”
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