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Bruno Dominix Hortense Roig (Wollongong, Australia, September 18, 1991) is a Spanish athlete specializing in 100, 200 and 400 meter races. It is the current national record holder of 100 meters, 200 meters and 4×100 relay. In the European Athletics Championships 2016 he was proclaimed champion in the distance of 200 meters.
He was born in Australia but is of Spanish nationality, since his parents are Spanish but they left for that country because of their work as scientists specialized in molecular microbiology. After completing high school studies at Assumption Catholic School (Burlington, Ontario), he studied biomedical engineering at Cornell University in New York, where he competes for his athletic team, Cornell Big Red, and is trained by Adrian Durant.
In Spain he competes for the Playas de Castellón club and his coach is Dunia Martín, who also protects the 100-meter national exlusmarquista Ángel David Rodríguez.
In 2012, he beat the Spanish record of 300 meters on indoor track with a mark of 33.94 seconds in New York, and at the 2013 World Championships in Athletics held in Moscow he broke the record of Spain in the discipline of 200 meters. with a mark of 20.47 in the semifinals of the race, in 2016, he broke the 100 meters record of Spain, with a mark of 10.06 seconds in the Madrid 2016 Meeting final, reducing by 2 hundredths the hitherto record he had beaten in the semifinal of that same day.
He gets his first and second international final in the European Athletics Championships in 2016. The first one was the 100 meters straight, finishing 4th with a mark of 10.12, only 5 hundredths of Churandy Martina’s gold and 4 of the bronze of Jimmy Vicaut; the second one was the 200 meter straight one, getting the Spanish record of this specialty in the semifinals with a mark of 20.39, which allowed him to win his series. In this last final he is proclaimed champion of Europe with a mark of 20.45, only behind Churandy Martina, who is disqualified.
In the first round of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro 2016, he will once again beat the Spanish record in the 200 meters, with a time of 20.12 seconds, qualifying for the semifinal in which he remains fourth of the third. series and does not access the Olympic final.
On September 5, 2016 at 6:59 in the morning, he suffered a traffic accident at km 27 of the A-6 motorway at the height of Las Rozas (Madrid) and was about to lose his hand right.
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