Breana Norman (USA – unattached)
- returning after a spectacular debut here at the K of C Games in 2018
- star at Hampton U, Va. winning conference championships in 60 and 100m hurdles, high jump and 4 x 100.
- in the 2019 K of C Games she was 2nd at 50m and 60m, and champion in the 60m Hurdles in 8.26 sec
Jessie Gaines (USA – Unattached)
- dominated the NE Conference competing for Long Island U from 2009 to 2012 winning 7 hurdle championships, 5 TJ titles, 3 LJ titles and 3 60m titles.
- 2015 she leapt to a long jump best of 6.55m to rank 3rd in the US and 22nd in the world
- a contender in K of C sprints and hurdles since 2014
Click on Jessie’s image to see more information.
Tramesha Hardy (USA – Metaphoric Speed International)
- led Texas State to indoor team title in 2017, ’18 and ’19.
- Sun Belt conference 200m champ 4 times indoors and 3 times outdoors
- Sun Belt 100m champ in ’17 and 60m champ in ’17 and ‘18
- Sun Belt Conference female athlete of the year in all four years culminating in 2019
Savannah Sutherland (Saskatoon Track and Field Club)
- swept gold medals in all of her track events in the 2018 and ’19 Sask. high school championships
- named female athlete of the meet at the 2018 Canadian Youth Nationals
- at only 16 years of age, she’s the #6 a.t. Sask. hurdler (13.73)
- currently ranked 3rd in Canada in the U18 60m hurdles and 100m hurdles
Click on Savannah’s image to see more information.
Tegan Turner (Canada – Bison TFC)
- U of Manitoba medical student who starred in 60m and relays
- won two Canada west 60m titles and two silvers plus a national silver in 2018
- K of C finalist at both 50m and 60m in 2018
Shekara Boakye (USA – New Era TC/Codrington Elite)
- starred as a high school runner in Texas
- represented U of Arkansas (2012-15)
- bests of 7.49 for 60m and 11.75 for 100m
Click on Shekara’s image to see more information.
Jarina Williams (USA – New Era TC/Codrington Elite)
- rapidly improving talent from Texas
- high achieving high school runner and academic student
- has bests of 7.94 at 60m and 12.17 at 100m
Asha Ruth (USA, Garden State TC)
- starred at Rutgers University as a long jumper and sprinter
- Big East LJ champ outdoors in 2012 and indoors in 2013
- Millrose 4 x 400 Ch (USA)..2014
- in 2018, she was a member of the American record setting 4 x 200 team, defeating Jamaica, France and Guyana