Men Track

Mikey Brannigan

Mikey Brannigan

Michael ‘Mikey' Brannigan is an elite American middle-distance runner. Mikey was diagnosed with autism at the age of three and now competes in "open" elite middle distance races, as well as in Paralympic races. He began running when he was 8 years of age; as a 12-year-old, he ran a 38:36 at the Marine Corps 10K in Washington D.C. Mikey moved up to his high school varsity team as an eighth grader. In 2015, he was named Sports Illustrated's "February High School Athlete of the Month." He was a two-time High School All-American. In June of 2015 at his first Paralympic competition, Mikey shattered the previous world record in the 1500m by more than 5 seconds (3:48.87). He became the first Paralympic ambulatory athlete to break the four-minute mile barrier - at age 19 (3:57:58). He is a 2016 Rio Paralympic gold medalist and a 2017 World Champion Paralympian in the 800m and 1500m (T20). In 2017, Mikey set the 1500m, 3000m, and 5000m T20 world records. The United States Olympic Committee named Mikey Brannigan the 2017 Male Paralympic Athlete of the Year.

Personal Bests

Event Result Venue Date
800m 1:50.52 Philadelphia, PA June 25th, 2016
1500m 3:44.39 Portland, OR June 11th, 2017
Mile 3:57.58 Raleigh, NC August 5th, 2016
3000m (indoor) 8:07.64 New York, NY February 4th, 2017
3200m 8:42.92 White Plains, NY May 8th, 2015
5000m 14:09.51 Torrance, CA April 14th, 2017

Emmanuel Corvera

Emmanuel Corvera

Emmanuel Corvera is a race walker who won a US National Championship in 2017 in the 15K Race Walk.

1 x NACAC U23 Championships Silver Medalist 1 x National Champion

Personal Bests

Event Result Venue Date
15K Walk 1:05:59 Riverside, CA May 21st, 2017
20K Walk 1:26:43 Sacramento, CA June 25th, 2017

Russell Dinkins

Russell Dinkins

Russell Dinkins is a middle distance runner who competed for Princeton University as an undergraduate. He was an All American and All Ivy runner while at Princeton. In 2017, Russell competed for the NYAC at the both the Indoor and Outdoor US Track & Field Championships.

Personal Bests

Event Result Venue Date
600m (indoor) 1:15.86 Albuquerque, NM March 5th, 2017
800m 1:46.40 Marietta, GA May 19th, 2017

Lalonde Gordon

Lalonde Gordon

Lalonde Gordon is an American sprinter and New York resident who competes internationally for Trinidad and Tobago. He is a world champion and two-time Olympic medalist. Lalonde secured the bronze medal in the 400m at the 2012 London Olympics with a personal best of 44.52 seconds. Lalonde was an integral part of the Trinidad and Tobago 4x400m relay teams that won gold at the 2017 World Championships, silver at the 2015 World Championships and bronze at the 2016 World Indoor Championships. At the 2014 Commonwealth Games, he won two bronzes, in the 400m and the 4x400m relay. At the 2017 London World Championships, Lalonde anchored his 4x400m relay team to the World Championship by running an historic anchor leg (44.02) when he passed Team USA's famed anchor man (Fred Kerley) in the final meters of the race. Based largely on his performance, Lalonde and his relay team members were awarded "Best Male Athletes for the Americas" in 2017.

Career highlights

  • 1 x World Champion
  • 1 x World Championship Silver Medalist
  • 2 x Olympic Games Bronze Medalist
  • 2 x World Indoor Championships Bronze Medalist
  • 1 x In Top 8 at World Championships
  • 2 x In Top 8 at World Indoor Championships
  • 2 x Commonwealth Games Bronze Medalist
  • 1 x NACAC Champion
  • 1 x IAAF World Relays Bronze Medalist
  • 2 x CAC Championships Silver Medalist
  • 5 x National Champion 4 x 400m relay – Trinidad & Tobago National Record (2:58.12)

Personal Bests

Event Result Wind Venue Date
300m 31.92   Liege, Belgium July 19th, 2017
400m 44.52   London, England August 6th, 2012
500m 1:02.83   New York, NY January 6th, 2012
4x400m 2:58.12   London, England August 13th, 2017

Will Leer

Will Lee

Will Leer is one of America's most accomplished milers. He is a two-time US National Champion who has competed for Team USA at the World Indoor Championships, Pan American Games and the IAAF World Relays, taking home silver in the latter competition. Will has a 3:51.82 personal best time in the mile (outdoors) and a best of 3:52.47 indoors, when he won the Wanamaker Mile at the 2014 Millrose Games.

Personal Bests

Event Result Venue Date
1500m 3:34.26 Heusden-Zolder, Belgium July 19th, 2014
1500m (indoor) 3:37.89 New York, NY February 15th, 2014
Mile 3:51.82 Dublin, Ireland July 11th, 2014
Mile (indoor) 3:52.47 New York, NY February 15th, 2014
3000m 7:39.38 Zagreb, Croatia September 3rd, 2013
3000m (indoor) 7:42.95 Boston, MA February 8th, 2014
2 Miles 8:19.11 Eugene, OR June 4th, 2011
2 Miles (indoor) 8:21.53 New York, NY February 16th, 2013

Brycen Spratling

Brycen Spratling

Brycen Spratling is a sprinter who was a 10-time All American at the University of Pittsburgh. At the 2015 NYRR Millrose Games, Brycen, then 22 years old, set a new World and American record in the men's 500m by running 1:00.06, beating the American and world mark of 1:00.17, which had stood since 1997.

Career highlights

  • 1 x IAAF World Relays Winner
  • 2 x NACAC U23
  • 1 x Current World Record Holder - Distance Medley
  • 1 x Current NACAC Record Holder - Distance Medley
  • 1 x World Record in Career

Personal Bests

Event Result Wind Venue Date
200m 20.64 +2.0 Knoxville, TN April 12th, 2014
300m 32.63   Albuquerque, NM March 4th, 2017
400m 45.09   Jacksonville, FL May 30th, 2014
500m 1:00.06   New York, NY February 14th, 2015
600m 1:17.17   Boston, MA February 28th, 2015
4x400m 3:00.86   Philadelphia, PA April 25th, 2015
Sprint Medley 1600m 3:26.09   Philadelphia, PA April 27th, 2012
Distance Medley 9:15.50   Nassau, Bahamas May 3rd, 2015

Jeremy Taiwo

Jeremy Taiwo

Jeremy Taiwo is an American decathlete who won the 2015 USA Indoor National Championship in the heptathalon and the silver medal at the 2016 US Olympic Trials. Jeremy competed for Team USA at the 2016 Rio Olympics. He was a three-time All American while attending the University of Washington. His father, Joseph Taiwo, is a Nigerian triple jumper who competed at the 1984 and 1988 Summer Olympics. Jeremy was crowned national champion in the heptathlon at the 2018 USATF Indoor Championships.

2 x National Indoor champion

Personal Bests

Event Result Wind Venue Date
60m 7.02   Napa, CA February 8th, 2013
100m 10.84 +1.4 Eugene, OR June 5th, 2013
400m 47.83   Eugene, OR June 25th, 2015
1000m 2:34.26   Boston, MA February 28th, 2015
1500m 4:16.34   Eugene, OR June 6th, 2013
60mH 7.87   Boston, MA February 28th, 2015
110mH 14.22 +1.2 Berkeley, CA May 15th, 2010
110mH 14.16 +2.8 Eugene, OR June 6th, 2013
High Jump 2.21   Eugene, OR July 2nd, 2016
High Jump 2.25   Napa, CA February 8th, 2013
Pole Vault 5.00   Rio de Janeiro, Brazil August 18th, 2016
Long Jump 7.57 +1.6 Gotzis, Austria May 30th, 2015
Triple Jump 15.04 +1.1 Seattle, WA May 2nd, 2009
Shot Put 14.93   Eugene, OR June 25th, 2015
Discus Throw 44.27   Chula Vista, CA July 25th, 2015
Javelin Throw 53.71   Eugene, OR May 10th, 2009
Decathlon 8425   Eugene, OR July 3rd, 2016
Heptathlon 6344   Seattle, WA January 31st, 2015

James Thie

James Thie

James Thie is a Welsh middle distance runner who has competed at several World and European Championships.

Career highlights

  • 1 x In Top 8 at World Indoor Championships
  • 1 x In Top 8 at European Indoor Championships
  • 2 x National Indoor Champion

Personal Bests

Event Result Venue Date
800m 1:49.82 Solihull, England August 6th, 2003
1500m 3:37.06 Heraklion, Great Britain July 4th, 2004
Mile 3:57.71 New York, NY February 14th, 2003
3000m 7:56.22 Glasgow, Ireland January 28th, 2006
5000m 14:48.86 Bedford, England May 6th, 2013
Mile Road 3:50.95 Austin, TX March 22nd, 2003
5K Road 14:54 Armagh, Ireland February 25th, 2010
10K Road 30:36 Holyoke, MA March 19th, 2005

Devon Williams




Devon Williams is an American track and field athlete who recently won the 2019 US National Championship in the decathlon. His 2019 winning point total (6285) was built by winning the 110-meter hurdles (13.78 seconds) and discus (162-3); he also finished second in the pole vault, third in the 400m, fourth in the long jump and fifth in the 100m. Devon was an All-American and NCAA Champion while competing for the University of Georgia. The 2017 NCAA Indoor Championships marked the first time in history that two siblings completed a sweep of the multi-events at the same NCAA meet. Devon and his sister, Kendell, each won their respective multi-event crowns -- Kendell won her fourth NCAA indoor title in the Pentathlon and Devon his first NCAA indoor title in the Heptathlon. Devon competed for Team USA at the 2017 World Championships and was the youngest competitor to finish in the top 10 in the decathlon.
 


Personal Bests

Outdoors

 
Event Result Wind Venue Date
100m 10.65 -0.1m/s Eugene, OR 2017
400m 48.11   London, United Kingdom 2017
1500m 4:33.15   Tuscaloosa, AL 2016
110m Hurdles 13.37 +0.2m/s Columbia 2017
High Jump 1.98m   Eugene, OR 2017
Pole Vault 5.00m   Des Moines, IA 2019
Shot Put 14.43m   London, United Kingdom 2017
Discus 49.47m   Des Moines, IA 2019
Javelin 60.26m   Athens, Greece 2017
Decathlon 8,345 points   Athens, Greece 2017