|2000 Sydney||110 m hurdles|
|2004 Athens||110 m hurdles|
|1999 Seville||110 m hurdles|
|2001 Edmonton||110 m hurdles|
|World Indoor Championships|
|1997 Paris||60 m hurdles|
|2001 Lisbon||60 m hurdles|
|2003 Birmingham||60 m hurdles|
Born in Santiago de Cuba, Anier García established his credentials early, by winning the 1995 Pan American Junior Championships. In the next year, at the 1996 Summer Olympics, García was eliminated in the quarter-finals.
In 1997, García broke to the international scene by winning 60 m hurdles at the 1997 World Indoor Championships at Paris. At the World Championships in Athens, he competed with a leg injury, and although he finished second in his quarter-final, he withdrew from the semi-finals. In 1999, García won the Pan-American Games, but was beaten second by Colin Jackson at the World Championships.
The high peak of García's career was at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. The Olympic final was expected to be a tight competition amongst the top five hurdlers, but García won the gold medal easily, beating Terrence Trammell by 0.16 seconds. García repeated his silver medal at the 2001 World Championships and also won silver at the 2001 World Indoor Championships and 2003 World Indoor Championships. García did not compete at the 2003 World Championships due to a thigh injury, but at the 2004 Summer Olympics, he won the bronze medal.
|September 25, 2000||110 m hurdles||Sydney, Australia||13.00|
- Did not show in the semifinal.
- Anier García at IAAF
- Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill. "Anier García". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC.
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