Full name: Roy Anthony "Tony" Bridge
Height: 6-0 (184 cm)
Weight: 220 lbs (100 kg)
Born: February 4, 1921 in Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
Died: December 13, 2000 in Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
Country: West Indies Federation, Jamaica
Tony Bridge was a top pistol shooter who competed for the West Indies Federation at the 1960 Olympics and for Jamaica at the 1964 Olympics. He graduated from the Wolmers School in Kingston in 1938 and then became Chairman and Managing Director of the Novelty Trading Company, and was a director of other insurance, banking, and commercial firms in Jamaica.
In sports his administrative duties were numerous. He was President of the Jamaican Olympic Association from 1958-77, President of the Jamaican Amateur Athletic Association from 1954-62, Vice-President of the Jamaica Boxing Board of Council from 1947-62, Vice-President of the Jamaica Rifle Association from 1960-62, Vice-President of the Jamaica Amateur Weightlifting Association from 1939-49, Vice-Chairman of the Organizing Committees for the 1962 Central American and Caribbean Games and the 1966 British Commonwealth Games. Bridge became an IOC Member in October 1973 and served until his death December 2000. He was a member of the Commission for the Olympic Programme from 1974-80 and a member of the Press Commission beginning in 1983.
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|1964 Summer||43||Tokyo||Shooting||Men's Free Pistol, 50 metres||Jamaica||JAM||51|
|1960 Summer||39||Roma||Shooting||West Indies Federation||WIF||Final Standings||319|
|1960 Summer||39||Roma||Shooting||West Indies Federation||WIF||Qualifying Round||Group Two||319||78||82||80||79|
|1964 Summer||43||Tokyo||Shooting||Jamaica||JAM||Final Standings||492||83||83||78||88||81||79|