Meet Brian Hankerson, our ‘Athlete Spotlight’

Some past Olympians and professional athletes compete in the Masters Track and Field, which is largely comprised of former collegiate track and field competitors. Masters track in the U.S. is part of the USATF organization, where Brian is a registered member. Below you’ll find a list summarizing his accomplishments from major events over the last seven years. Masters track and field is made up of athletes ranging in age from 30-100 years. Brian Hankerson is the current reigning World Champion for the long jump, ages 50-54, having turned 55 this year. Brian took home many more medals at local, state and regional meets along the way. His story really is quite inspirational and he has no plans on slowing down anytime soon!

  • 2014 Outdoor Long Jump Champion
  • 2014 Indoor Long Jump Champion
  • 2013 World Outdoor Long Jump Champion
  • 2013 Outdoor Long Jump Champion
  • 2013 Indoor Long Jump Champion
  • 2012 Outdoor National Long Jump Champion
  • 2012 Indoor National Long Jump Champion
  • 2011 Indoor National Long Jump Champion
  • 2010 Outdoor National Long Jump Champion
  • 2010 Indoor National Long Jump Champion
  • 2010 Indoor World Triple Jump Champion
  • 2010 National Senior Olympic Long Jump Champion
  • 2010 National Senior Olympic Triple Jump Champion
  • 2006 Indoor National Long Jump Champion
  • 2006 Indoor National Triple Jump Champion
  • National Senior 50-54 Long Jump record holder

 

 

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