Berlin (2009)
March 2010

RENNY   QUOW

DATE OF BIRTH: August 25, 1987
PLACE OF BIRTH: Morvant, Trinidad
EDUCATION:
  • St. Andrew's Anglican School
  • Scarborough Secondary School
  • Florida State University, Florida, USA
  • South Plains College, Texas, USA
  • OLYMPIC EVENT: Athletics:
  • 400 meters
  • CAREER:                           Renny is one of triplets (with Ronald and Ryan) in the Quow family who relocated to Tobago in the 1990s. His career includes the following significant accomplishments:
    • 2004 Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships, Coatzacoalcos, Mexico - 400 meters (1st 47.62); 4 x 400 (1st, 3:10.97, with Deverne Charles, Jamil James, and Stan Waithe)
    • 2004 World Junior Championships, Grosseto, Itay - 400 meters (47.19)
    • 2005 World Championships, Helsinki, Finland - 4 x 400 meters Relay (Disqualified, with Damion Barry, Ato Modibo, and Julieon Raeburn)
    • 2006 Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships, Port of Spain, Trinidad - 400 meters (1st, 46.14)
    • 2006 World Junior Championships, Beijing, China - 400 meters (1st 45.74)
    • 2006 Central American and Caribbean Games, Cartagena, Colombia - 400 meters (Semifinals, 46.30); 4 x 400 meters Relay (2nd, 3:02.65, with Damion Barry, Jamil James, and Kevon Pierre)
    • 2007 Pan American Games, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 400 meters (Semifinals, 45.74); 4 x 400 meters Relay (4th, 3:03.60, with Ato Modibo, Jarrin Solomon, and Zwede Hewitt)
    • 2007 World Championships, Osaka, Japan - 400 meters (45.70); 4 x 400 meters Relay (3:02.02, with Ato Modibo, Jarrin Solomon, and Jovon Toppin)
    • 2008 Central American and Caribbean Championships, Cali, Colombia - 400 meters (1st, 45.27); 4 x 400 meters Relay (3rd, 3:04.12, with Ade Alleyne Forte, Cowin Mills, and Stan Waithe)
    • 2008 Olympics, Beijing, China - 400 meters (7th, 45.22)
    • 2009 World Championships, Berlin, Germany - 400 meters (3rd, 45.02)
    • 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico - 400 meters (Semifinals, 46.09; Final, Did not finish)
    • 2011 Central American and Caribbean Championships, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico - 400 meters (1st, 45.44); 4 x 400 meters Relay (2nd, 3:01.65, with Lalonde Gordon, Jarrin Solomon, and Deon Lendore)
    • 2011 World Championships, Daegu, South Korea - 400 meters (Semifinals 45.72); 4 x 400 meters (3:02.47 with Zwede Hewitt, Jarrin Solomon and Deon Lendore)
    • 2012 Olympics, London, England - 400 meters (Did not compete); 4 x 400 meters Relay (Did not compete)
    • 2013 Central American and Caribbean Senior Athletics Championships, Morelia, Mexico - 400 meters (Did not finish); 4 x 400 meters Relay (1st, 3:02.19, with Emmanuel Mayers, Jarrin Solomon, and Machel Cedenio)
    • 2013 World Championships, Moscow, Russia - 4 x 400 meters Relay (6th, 3:01.74, with Lalonde Gordon, Jehue Gordon, and Jarrin Solomon)
    • 2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow, Scotland - 400 metres (Final, Did not finish); 4 x 400 meters Relay (3rd, 3:01.51, with Lalonde Gordon, Jarrin Solomon, and Zwede Hewitt)
    • 2014 IAAF World Relays, Nassau, Bahamas - 4 400 metres Relay (3rd, 2:58.34, with Jarrin Solomon, Machel Cedenio, and Lalonde Gordon
    • 2015 Pan American Games, Toronto, Canada - 4 400 metres Relay (1st, 2:59.60, with Jarrin Solomon, Emanuel Mayers, and Machel Cedenio
    • 2015 World Relays, Nassau, Bahamas - 4 400 metres Relay (7th, 3:03.10, with Lalonde Gordon, Jarrin Solomon, and Machel Cedenio)
    • 2015 IAAF World Championships, Beijing, China - 400 metres (Semifinals, 44.98); 4 400 metres Relay (2nd, 2:58.20, with Lalonde Gordon, Machel Cedenio, and Deon Lendore)
    • 2016 Olympics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 4 400 metres Relay (Reserve)
    • 2017 IAAF/BTC World Relays Championships, Nassau, Bahamas - 4 400 metres Relay (4th, 3:03.17, with Lalonde Gordon, Jereem Richards, and Jarrin Solomon)
    • 2017 World Championships, London, England - 400 metres (45.95); 4 400 metres Relay (Semifinals, 2:59.35, with Machel Cedenio, Lalonde Gordon, and Jereem Richards)
    AWARDS:
    • 2006 - Trinidad & Tobago Humming Bird Medal (Silver)
    • 2017 - Trinidad & Tobago Chaconia Medal (Gold)
    Compiled by Ronald C. Emrit