Brittney Reese

U.S.U.S.The world's #1 ranked long jumper in 2009 & 2010. Reese won the Outdoor World Championships in Berlin with the world's farthest jump and new PR of 7.10 meters. In her first year as a professional after turning pro in 2008, Reese won her first US Indoor long jump title. She then went on to set the world on fire outdoors by winning at the Qatar Super GP meet in 6.99m and then in Belem Brazil in 7.06m. Reese won her 2nd consecutive outdoor US title in 2009. She capped the season by winning the IAAF World Athletics Final in 7.08m. 3-time NCAA Champion at Ole Miss.

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Jeff See

USUSJeff recently won the 2011 US indoor mile title.  The Ohio State 6-time NCAA All-American started his professional career in 2011 with career bests of 3:58.15 (mile) and 7:50.23 (3000m). Enjoyed a successful first year post-collegiate trip to Europe winning races in Belgium, Finland and a 8th place finish in the 1500m at the Villeneuve d'Ascq in Lille France.  Won the Ryan Shay Mile road race in 3:55.9 after his summer tour in 2010.  

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Jessica Cosby

USU.S.Career Highlights: Four-time USA Outdoor champion ('06, '08, '09, '11); 2007 NACAC champion; 2004 NACAC runner-up; 2004 NCAA runner-up; 2002 NCAA Outdoor SP champion; 2001 USA Junior SP and HT champion After a second-place finish at the 2010 USA Outdoor Championships, Cosby regained her spot atop the ranks of American hammer throwers with a victory at the 2011 Championships. With the win, she earned a spot on her third World Outdoor team. .

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Rondel Sorrillo

USU.S.The 2010 NCAA 200m outdoor champion had a successful year in 2011 as a professional. A finalist at the World Outdoor Championships (7th) in Daegu South Korea, Sorrillo ended the season ranked #6 in the world. Improved his career bests to :10.17 and :20.16 in 2011. At the Diamond league meets, Sorrillo was 3rd in Rome, 4th in Eugene, 5th in Paris and 5th in Brussels. 3-time National Champion for Trinidad.

 

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Donald Cowart

U.S.Donnie enjoyed a breakthrough year in 2011 with a 6th place finish at the US Outdoor Championships. He then traveled to Europe and improved his career best from 8:31 to the 6th fastest time in the US in 2011. Enjoying the still air in Finland, Donnie ran several world-class races gaining invaluable experience. Later at the Pan Am Games he barely missed a medal. In 2012, Donnie will be looking to claim one of the top 3 spots for this summer's Olympic team.

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