|Type||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Full name||Vivian Dolores•Brown (-Reed)|
|Born||17 December 1941 in Detroit, Michigan (USA)|
|Died||20 August 1998 in Cleveland, Ohio (USA)|
|Measurements||173 cm / 63 kg|
|Affiliations||TSU Tigers, Nashville (USA)|
Vivian Brown was a long sprinter, specializing in the 200 metres, while running for Tennessee State and the Cleveland Recreation Department. She won two US titles, the AAU in 1962-63, and was the 1963 Pan American Games champion at 200 metres and at 4×100 metres relay (with Willye White, Marilyn White, and the non-Olympian Norma Harris). Brown also ran the 4×100 relay for the US several times in international dual meets and in 1961 helped a US team (with Willye White, Ernestine Pollards, and Wilma Rudolph) set the world record in that event during a US-USSR dual meet in Moskva. Brown later became a high school track coach.
Personal Best: 200 – 23.8 (1963).
|Games||Discipline (Sport) / Event||NOC / Team||Pos||Medal||As|
|1964 Summer Olympics||Athletics||USA||Vivian Brown|
|200 metres, Women (Olympic)||8 h2 r2/3|