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Davon Demoss (USA – unattached)

  • great career at U of Memphis at 100, 200, 4×100 and 4×400
  • ran a brilliant 10.05 in the NCAA semi-final in June
  • bests of 6.61 in the 60 and 10.05 in the 100
  • currently women’s assistant TF coach at U of Memphis

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Eddie Lovett (US Virgin Islands)

  • won 4 SEC conference indoor hurdle titles running for U of Florida (2011, ’12, ‘13 and ’14)
  • 2013 NCAA and world university games gold medalist
  • 2015 World championship competitor
  • 2016 finalist at K of C, Millrose Games and the world championships and ran in the Rio Olympic Games
  • a Millrose Games hurdle finalist and a world championship semi-finalist outdoors in 2017 and indoors in 2018

Duan Asemota (Canada – Speed Academy Athletics)

  • competed for Ohio State
  • conference finalist in the 200 and 4×100
  • 2nd in the 2018 Big Ten 100m (10.22) and in the NCAA 4x100m
  • represented Canada in the 2019 World Student Games
  • #14 ranked Canadian in 1019 at 10.36

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Andrew Riley (Jamaica)

  • in 2012, he became first man to win both the 100m and the 110hurdles in the same NCAA championship
  • 2013 World Championship finalist in the 110m hurdles
  • 2014 Commonwealth Games champion
  • 2016 Olympic semi-finalist
  • 19th fastest in the world for the 110 hurdles in 2019 at 13.33 sec

Chad Zallow (USA – unattached)

  • NCAA All-American at Youngstown State, Ohio
  • triple gold medallist in conference indoors and out in ’17,’ 18 and ’19
  • Horizon League indoor track athlete of the year for 2019
  • 9th fastest American in 2019 for the 60m H at 7.66 sec

Click on Chad’s picture on the left to see him race.

Benjamin Williams (Canada – Voleo Athletics)

  • 4 x 100m silver medalist for Canada in 2017 Francophone games and bronze in the NACAC U23 champs,
  • 2nd fastest Canadian of 2019 for 60m at 6.71 and 8th at 100m (10.27),
  • bests of 10.23 in the 100m and 20.79 at 200m

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Siddhanth Thingalaya (India – Allstarz Mgmt)

  • won Australian National Championship in 2011, 2012 and 2013
  • 2013 and 2014 Asian Games hurdle finalist
  • ran for India in the 2017 and 2018 World Championships and the 2012 and 2014 Commonwealth Games
  • current Indian record holder for 60mH (7.70) and 110mH (13.48)

Jackson Cheung (CanadaKajaks)

  • ran for Canada in the PanAm Juniors in 2015
  • 2017 Canada Games hurdles champion
  • 2018 U-Sport hurdles finalist
  • 4th fastest Canadian at 60m hurdles in 2019 (8.07)

Roland Dodoo (Canada – Oakville Legion TC)

  • returning for his fourth year in the K of C Games
  • 5th in 2019 K of C 50m
  • #8 Cdn of 2019 at 6.80 for 60m and ran 10.36 for 100m

Click on Roland’s image to see more information.  In this image we see Brandon Tyrrell (left) and ROLAND DODOO strain as they approach the finish line in the senior boys 100m final at the GHAC track and field championships in Hamilton.

Sean McLean (USA – Nike)

  • 2011 Pan American Junior medalist (2nd at 100m and 1st in 4 x 100m)
  • bests of 5.77, 6.55 and 10.01 for 50m, 60m and 100m
  • defending K of C 50m champion and USA indoor championship bronze medalist at 60m

Austin Edwards (Canada – Running Wild TC)

  • #2 in Sask. for 60m in 2019 at 6.95sec and #2 at 300m in 34.04 sec.
  • #4 all-time Sask. 300m runner at 33.75
  • best for 60m is 6.93sec

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D’Angelo Cherry (USA – unattached)

  • 6th fastest 60m in US college history
  • his best 60m time of 6.49 sec won the US and NCAA indoor-championships in 2013. That was the #1 time by an American and the 2nd fastest performance in the world that year.
  • 3rd in K of C 50m and 60m last year

Cordero Gray (USA – unattached)

  • K of C 50m champion in 2012, 2013, 2017, 2nd in 2015
  • K of C 60m champion in 2013, 2014, 2nd in 2016
  • “Invitational Athlete of the Meet” in 2014
  • in Feb, he won the silver medal at US champs in a lifetime best of 6.59 after finishing 2nd here at K of C in 6.68

Sgt Marcus Maxey (USA, US Army / Nike)

  • 5-time ACC medalist including gold in the 60H in 2012
  • has bests of 7.74 in the 60H and 13.48 in the 110H
  • this past summer he was a finalist in the Military World Games in Wuhan, China, organized by the International Military Sports Council
  • he’s an information technology specialist and member of the US Army World Class Athlete Program

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