Andrew Valmon Andrew Valmon

"We all have dreams, but in order to make dreams into reality it takes an awful lot of determination, dedication, self-discipline and effort. These things apply to everyday life. You learn not only the sport, but things like respect of others, ethics in life, how you are going to live, how you treat your fellow man, how you live with your fellow man."
Jesse Owens On the value of sports...

Andrew Valmon - Olympic Gold Medalist

Year Event/Honor Results
1995-1996 Injured
1994 Goodwill Games, St. Petersburg Russia 4x400 Relays Gold Medal
1993 World Championships, Stuttgart Germany, 4x400 Meters Relay Gold Medal
1992 Olympics Games 4x400Meters Relay Gold Medal
1991 World Championship, Tokyo Japan, 400 Meters 5th Place
World Championship, Tokyo Japan, 4x400 Meters Silver Medal
USATF National Championships Silver Medal
I.A.A.F. Mobil Grand Prix 2nd Place
1990 Goodwill Games 400 Meters Bronze Medal
Goodwill Games 4x400 Meter Relay Gold Medal
European Tour Highlights: Brussels, Belgium 44.35
Zurich, Switzerland 44.43
Budapest, Hungary 44.61
London, England 44.66
Grossetto, Italy 44.74
Barcelona, Spain 44.81
World Ranking No. 5
Metropolitan Athletics Congress Athlete of the Year
1988 Olympic Games 4x400 Meter Relay Gold medal
World Record Race, Zurich Switzerland 4th Place
World Ranking No. 4
New Jersey Athlete of the Year (N.J. TAC)
Year Mark
1987 44.89
1988 44.55
1990 44.30
1991 44.65
1992 44.51
1993 44.28

Member of 13 U.S. National Teams

United States Olympic Committee Spokesperson

Education: B.A. Marketing, Seton Hall University, 1987, Minor: Management

Founder: Avenue Program for youth enrichment

Head Coach, 2010 World Indoor Championships, Doha, Quatar

Assistant Coach, 2009 World Outdoor Championships, Berlin

Member US Olympic Ambassador Program and Olympic Summit Organization

USATF Vice Chair, Men's Track and Field

2012 Olympic Head Coach, Men's Track and Field, London

Meredith Valmon Meredith Valmon

Meredith Rainey Valmon - 800 Meter Olympian

Meredith Valmon

Meredith Valmon

Year Event/Honor Results
1998 Comeback Year
USA Track and FieldChampionships Third Place
World Ranking 6th
1997 Maternity leave Son Travis born in July
1996 United States Olympic Track and Field Trials P.R. 1:57.04 Champion
Centennial Olympic Games Semi-Finalist
1995 USATF Outdoor National Championships, Sacramento Champion
Pan American Games, Mar del Plata, Argentina Gold Medalist
World Championships, Gothenburg, Sweden 5th Place
U.S. Indoor, Atlanta, Georgia Champion
Became second fastest American in U.S. indoor history PR 1:59.66
Track and Field News U.S.A. Ranking No. 1
Track and Field News World Ranking No. 6
1993 U.S.World Championship Team, Stuttgart, Germany 5th place
Track and Field News World Ranking No. 8
Third fastest American of all time at World Championships PR 1:57.63
1992 Member U.S. Olympic Team, Barcelona, Spain 1:59.18
1991 U.S. World Championships Team, Tokyo, Japan
Ranked #1 in Track and Field News
1990 USA Track & Field/Mobil National Championships 1st place
Goodwill Games Team, Seattle Washington 7th place
Lowered PR to 1:59.87
Lowered PR in 400 meters to 51.56
NCAA Division I Indoor Championships (Harvard University) Champion
1989 NCAA Division I Outdoor Championships (Harvard University) Champion

Member of Reebok Track Club

Profiled in USA Today (1/9/95); YSB magazine (3/95); VOGUE magazine (5/95)

Featured on cover of Runners World magazine, June, 1993

B.A. in Social Studies from Harvard University received June, 1990

Partial completion of M.B.A. degree to be earned after 1996 Olympics

Spokesperson for several nationwide corporations.

Interest include: reading, current events, foreign languages, golf, tennis, cooking

Children: Travis, Maya, Mallory