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

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

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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)

Johnny Dutch (USA – unattached)

  • double PanAm Junior champion 2007 (110H and 400H)
  • world junior silver medalist in 2008
  • world championship competitor in 400H in 2009
  • NCAA 400H champion in 2010
  • 2014 US champion in 400H

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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