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Jamesha Youngblood

 

U.S.US7-time NCAA All-American and 5-time Pac-10 Conference Champion while at Oregon. 3rd at the NCAA Championships. Back to back conference champion in both the long and triple jump. Youngblood possesses the talent that enabled her to excel in several events in college but will focus on the long jump as a professional. Now training at Stanford with jumps guru Edrick Florel, Jamesha is ready to battle the world's best jumpers. (View Full Profile)

Fred Sameoi

USadidas

 

Fred Sameoi knows how to win races in all conditions, at various distances in all corners of the world. So far in his career, Fred has won a bronze medal at the 2011 World University Games, the 2011 NCAA Indoor Championships 800m title, SEC Conference titles, Texas Relays Mile title and a National Jr College title at 5,000 meters. At the Kenyan trials this summer, Fred placed 5th barely missing a spot on the world championship team. In 2012, Fred will be training to bring home a medal for Kenya at the Summer Olympic Games in London.

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Bryan Miller

U.S.US

Bryan Miller enters his first season in the professional ranks looking to establish himself among the world's best 400m runners in a country historically known for producing 400m champions. His career best of :45.29 earned him NCAA Outdoor All-American honors. Miller won several NCAA Championships for Texas A&M in both the 4x400m relay and team titles.

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SHELISE WILLIAMS

U.S.US

Shelise has been excelling in track & field since her prep days in Long Beach Ca. which have followed her as a Lady Razorback at the Univ. of Arkansas. Enjoying a successful collegiate career, Shelise earned 7 NCAA All-American honors and won 3 SEC Conference Championships. She now enters her first professional year looking for the same success she has enjoyed as a prep and collegiately. .

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VENEZUELA GROUP

The group which includes former Univ. of Kentucky NCAA All-American Jose Acevedo and all are currently training in Florida. After a year of training in the US the relay has lowered the national record from 3:04 to 3:00.82 which won the team a bronze medal at the 2011 Pan American Games thus qualifying for the 2012 London Olympic Games.

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