Clifton Bertrand

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Clifton Bertrand (born March 2, 1936 in Arima ) is a former sprinter from Trinidad and Tobago .

In 1958 he reached the quarterfinals over 220 yards at the British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Cardiff . Over 440 yards, in the 4-by-110-yard relay and in the 4-by-440-yard relay, he failed in the lead.

Starting for the West Indian Federation , he won bronze in the 4-by-100-meter relay at the Pan American Games in Chicago in 1959 and reached the quarter-finals at the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome over 200 m.

At the Pan American Games in São Paulo in 1963 , he won bronze over 400 m in 47.43 s and with the Trinidadian 4 x 100 meter relay. Over 200 m he was fifth.

The following year he reached the quarter-finals again over 200 m at the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

At the British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Kingston in 1966 , he reached the quarter-finals over 220 yards and was eighth in the Trinidadian 4-by-110-yard relay.

He set his personal best over 200 m of 20.7 s on April 4, 1965 in Pointe-à-Pierre .

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