|Type||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Full name||Mark Jeffrey•Reynolds|
|Born||2 November 1955 in San Diego, California (USA)|
|Measurements||192 cm / 88 kg|
|Affiliations||San Diego Yacht Club, San Diego (USA)|
Mark Reynolds competed in Star Class at four Olympic Games (1988-2000), three of them alongside Hal Haenel (1988-96). Reynolds and Haenel won silver at Seoul in 1988 and then improved to gold at Barcelona in 1992. Reynolds won a second gold medal in Star at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, sailing with Magnus Liljedahl. During his career Reynolds won six World Championship medals in Star, including golds in 1995 and 2000. He also won a Star gold medal at the 1986 Goodwill Games, and a silver medal in the Snipe class at the 1979 Pan American Games. At Kiel Week, Reynolds won four titles – 1979 in Flying Dutchman, and 1986, 2000, and 2002 in Star. Starting out in Snipes, Reynolds was runner-up at the 1979 World Championships and won North American titles in Snipe in 1980, 1982, and 1991. In Star boats, he was also Bacardi Cup Champion in 1984, 1989-90, 1993, 1997-98, and 2002.
Reynolds learned to sail from his father, James Reynolds, who was a 1971 World Champion in Star, as crew for Dennis Conner. Mark Reynolds attended San Diego State University, graduating in 1979. He started his own sailmaking company, and often made sails for many of his competitors. Reynolds was 2000 ISAF/Sperry World Sailor of the Year. In 2002 he was inducted into the World Sailing Hall of Fame.
|1988 Summer Olympics||Sailing||Two Person Keelboat, Open||Olympic||Hal Haenel||2||Silver||Representing United States|
|1992 Summer Olympics||Sailing||Two Person Keelboat, Open||Olympic||Hal Haenel||1||Gold||Representing United States|
|1996 Summer Olympics||Sailing||Two Person Keelboat, Open||Olympic||Hal Haenel||8||Representing United States|
|2000 Summer Olympics||Sailing||Two Person Keelboat, Open||Olympic||Magnus Liljedahl||1||Gold||Representing United States|