60 Facts About Bruce Jenner

1. Bruce Jenner was famous for being an athletic champion, and now Caitlyn Marie Jenner is loved by fans for having the courage to change her life so radically.

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2. Bruce Jenner suspected to have an inner struggle with his identity during all his life.

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3. Bruce Jenner made friends with scalpel even before getting a decision to become a woman.

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4. Bruce Jenner has had 3 marriages and he has 6 children.

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5. Bruce Jenner has changed his name to Caitlyn Marie Jenner.

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6. Bruce Jenner continues to work as a motivational speaker and spokesperson for a wide variety of products, including Bruce Jenner's World Class Decathlon video game; Visa; Coca-Cola; and IBM.

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7. Bruce Jenner told Dawson that his wife was a major influence on his life: "The reason today I am working as hard as I am is Kris.

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8. Bruce Jenner was active in his support for various nonprofit organizations, including the Special Olympics, the Inner City Games, and the California Governor's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports.

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9. Bruce Jenner told a reporter for People that the late 1980s were a difficult period for him.

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10. Bruce Jenner jokingly told Jay Weiner in the Minneapolis Star Tribune, "What 'Can't Stop the Music' proved is that you can stop the music.

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11. Bruce Jenner told Jason Swancey in the Sarasota Herald Tribune, "I happened to be the right guy in the right place at the right time.

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12. Bruce Jenner was named Associated Press Athlete of the Year for 1976, and received the Sullivan Award for best amateur athlete in the United States in 1976.

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13. Bruce Jenner planned to retire after the 1976 Olympics, and he even left his vaulting poles behind in the Olympic stadium because he had already decided he would never compete again.

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14. At the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal, Bruce Jenner was expected to win.

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15. Bruce Jenner wanted to go to college, mainly because the Vietnam War was raging, and college students were exempt.

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16. Bruce Jenner won a gold medal in the decathlon in the 1976 Olympic Games.

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17. Bruce Jenner has six children from marriages to ex-wives Chrystie Crownover, Linda Thompson, and Kris Jenner.

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18. Bruce Jenner debuted in the decathlon at the Drake Relays in Des Moines,Iowa in 1970, placing fifth.

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19. Bruce Jenner was a college football player for the Graceland Yellowjackets before incurring a knee injury requiring surgery.

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20. On June 1, 2015, Bruce Jenner announced on Twitter that she is a woman, now known as Caitlyn.

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21. At the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Bruce Jenner won a gold medal and broke a world record, scoring 8,634 points in the decathlon.

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22. In 1981 Bruce Jenner married Linda Thompson, a former beauty-pageant winner and ex-girlfriend of singer Elvis Presley.

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23. Bruce Jenner was expected to win at the 1976 Olympics, held in Montreal, and he didn't disappoint his fans.

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24. Bruce Jenner told Greg Garber of the Hartford Courant that he once overheard his football coach saying, "He's the best punter, but he's the best center.

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25. Bruce Jenner told an interviewer in Ability magazine, "By the time I turned two, I'd already developed a big chest, wide shoulders, and boundless energy.

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26. In February 2015, Bruce Jenner was involved in a fatal multiple-vehicle collision on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, California.

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27. In July 2017, Bruce Jenner announced that she was contemplating running in the 2018 race for the US Senate to represent California.

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28. On her reality show I Am Cait, Bruce Jenner said that although she does not support Donald Trump, she thinks he would be good for women's issues; she then stated she would never support Hillary Clinton.

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29. In July 2016, Bruce Jenner spoke about coming out as transgender and Republican at a Republican National Convention "Big Tent Brunch" for the conservative group American Unity Fund.

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30. In June 2016, Bruce Jenner became the first openly transgender person to be featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated.

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31. In June 2016, Bruce Jenner was one of several celebrities depicted using synthetic nude "sleeping" bodies for the video of Kanye West's song "Famous".

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32. Bruce Jenner held a renaming ceremony in July 2015, adopting the name Caitlyn Marie Jenner.

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33. In June 2015, Bruce Jenner debuted her new name and image, and began publicly using feminine pronoun self-descriptors.

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34. Bruce Jenner was the business development vice president for a staffing industry software application known as JennerNet, which was based on Lotus Domino technology.

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35. Bruce Jenner commented, "I was a lot more badass runner than I was a driver.

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36. Bruce Jenner was a successful race car driver in the IMSA Camel GT series in the 1980s.

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37. In September 2016, Bruce Jenner appeared as herself on the Amazon Prime TV series Transparent in a dream sequence during the season three episode "To Sardines and Back".

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38. In 2011, Bruce Jenner appeared in the Adam Sandler comedy Jack and Jill in a scene with Al Pacino as an actor in a play.

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39. In November 2010, a photograph of Bruce Jenner was shown in a janitor's resume in an episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

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40. In February and March 2003, Bruce Jenner was part of the cast of the American series I'm a Celebrity.

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41. In January 2002, Bruce Jenner participated in an episode of the American series The Weakest Link, featuring Olympic athletes.

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42. Bruce Jenner has appeared in a variety of game shows and reality television programs, including starring with Grits Gresham in an episode of ABC's The American Sportsman.

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43. In 1989, Bruce Jenner played herself in the comedy short Dirty Tennis written by James Van Patten.

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44. Bruce Jenner appeared in an episode of the sitcom Silver Spoons called "Trouble with Words", wherein her personal issues with dyslexia were revealed in a storyline about a recurring teenage character with the same problem.

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45. Bruce Jenner had some success with a television career, starring in the made-for-TV movies The Golden Moment: An Olympic Love Story and Grambling's White Tiger (1981).

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46. On November 22, 1977, Bruce Jenner went to San Francisco to refute charges filed by San Francisco district attorney Joseph Freitas that General Mills—the maker of Wheaties—had engaged in deceptive advertising in its campaign that featured Jenner.

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47. In 1977, Bruce Jenner became a spokesperson for Wheaties brand breakfast cereal and appeared in a photograph on the cover of the cereal box.

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48. Bruce Jenner was presented with a jersey customized with the number 8618, the Olympic-gold-medal-winning score, but would never appear as an active player with the Kings.

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49. Bruce Jenner was selected by the Kansas City Kings with the 139th overall pick in the seventh round of the 1977 NBA draft despite not having played basketball since high school.

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50. Bruce Jenner became a spokesperson for Tropicana, Minolta, and Buster Brown shoes.

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51. Bruce Jenner appeared on the cover of the August 9, 1976, issue of Sports Illustrated, the February 1979 issue of Gentleman's Quarterly, and on the cover of Playgirl magazine.

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52. Bruce Jenner became an American hero by returning the decathlon title to the United States.

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53. Bruce Jenner was confident: "The second day has all my good events.

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54. Bruce Jenner trained during the day and sold insurance at night, earning a year.

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55. Bruce Jenner graduated from Graceland College in 1973 with a degree in physical education.

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56. In 1970, Bruce Jenner placed fifth while debuting in the decathlon at the Drake Relays in Des Moines, Iowa.

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57. Bruce Jenner attended Sleepy Hollow High School in Sleepy Hollow, New York, for her freshman and sophomore years and Newtown High School in Newtown, Connecticut, for her junior and senior years, graduating in 1968.

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58. Bruce Jenner has six children with three successive wives: Chrystie Crownover, Linda Thompson, and Kris Jenner.

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59. Bruce Jenner set a third successive world record while winning the Olympics.

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60. Bruce Jenner was a college football player for the Graceland Yellowjackets before incurring a knee injury that required surgery.

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