Glen was the first man to jump beyond the magical 200 foot barrier, setting a new world record of 202 feet (61.57metres) in 1983. In 1981 Glen was awarded the Gold Oscar Award Australian National Titles which was a simultaneous honour for winning the gold medal in all three disciplines of slalom, trick and jump. He is the only male to this date ever to win this award. Glen represented Australia at 8 World Championships from 1973 to 1988, winning 4 silver and 2 bronze World Championship medals. He was Australian Jump Champion for 12 consecutive years from 1977 to 1988. In 1999 Glen was inducted into the Australian Sports Hall of Fame and in 2003 he was inducted into the International Hall of Fame.