Terrence Trammell

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Terrence Trammell
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Trammell at the 2007 World Championships
Personal information
BornNovember 23, 1978 (1978-11-23) (age 41)
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.

Terrence R. Trammell (born November 23, 1978) is a retired American track and field athlete who won the silver medal in the 110 meter hurdles at both the 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics, as well as three silver medals at the World Championships.

He was born to Julie and Roger Trammell in Atlanta, Georgia.[1] The 1997 Track & Field News Male High School Athlete of the Year,[2] he attended the University of South Carolina where he trained under Curtis Frye. His main training partner until 2002 was Olympic gold medalist Allen Johnson. He was the 1999-2000 NCAA Champion Indoors and Outdoors.

He qualified for the 2008 Beijing Olympics but had to pull out of the competition after injuring his hamstring in the preliminary rounds.

He trained in Atlanta with his high school (Southwest Dekalb High School) coach Napoleon Cobb.

Trammell is a member of Omega Psi Phi fraternity.

He currently serves as an assistant track and field coach at Pace Academy in Atlanta.[3]

Personal bests[edit]

Date Event Venue Time
June 2, 2000 100 m Durham, North Carolina 10.04
January 1, 1998 200 m 20.74
June 2, 2007 110 m hurdles New York, New York 12.95


Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
1998 NCAA Outdoor Championships Buffalo, New York 2nd 110 m hurdles
1999 NCAA Outdoor Championship Indianapolis, Indiana 1st 110 m hurdles
1st 4 × 100 m relay
World University Games Palma de Mallorca, Spain 1st 110 m hurdles 13.44 (wind: -0.1 m/s)
1st 4 × 100 m relay 38.55
2000 NCAA Indoor Championships Fayetteville, Arkansas 1st 60 m
1st 60 m hurdles
NCAA Outdoor Championship Fayetteville, Arkansas 1st 110 m hurdles
Summer Olympics Sydney, Australia 2nd 110 m hurdles 13.16 (wind: +0.6 m/s)
2001 World Indoor Championships Lisbon, Portugal 1st 60 m hurdles 7.51
IAAF Grand Prix Final Melbourne, Australia 7th 110 m hurdles 14.17 (wind: -1.7 m/s)
2002 United States Indoor Championships New York City, New York 1st 60 m
NACAC U-25 Championships San Antonio, Texas, United States 1st 110m hurdles 13.45 (wind: +1.3 m/s)
2003 World Championships Paris, France 2nd 110 m hurdles 13.20 (wind: +0.3 m/s)
IAAF World Athletics Final Monaco 2nd 110 m hurdles 13.17 (wind: -1.5 m/s)
2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials Sacramento, California 1st 110 m hurdles
Summer Olympics Athens, Greece 2nd 110 m hurdles 13.18 (wind: +0.3 m/s)
2005 World Championships Helsinki, Finland 5th 110 m hurdles 13.20 (wind: -0.2 m/s)
IAAF World Athletics Final Monaco 3rd 110 m hurdles 13.17 (wind: -1.4 m/s)
2006 World Indoor Championships Moscow, Russia 1st 60 m hurdles 7.43
3rd 60 m 6.54
2007 United States Outdoor Championships Eugene, Oregon 1st 110 m hurdles
World Championships Osaka, Japan 2nd 110 m hurdles 12.99 (wind: +1.7 m/s)
2008 U.S. Olympic Trials Eugene, Oregon 2nd 110 m hurdles
2009 United States Indoor Championships Boston, Massachusetts 1st 60 m hurdles
2010 World Indoor Championships Doha, Qatar 2nd 60 m hurdles 7.36


  1. ^ Athlete Bio[permanent dead link]. Mezoom. Retrieved on 2009-07-17.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-08-18. Retrieved 2016-07-14.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "Team Detail - Pace Academy". www.paceacademy.org. Retrieved 2019-02-28.

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Preceded by
Obea Moore
Track & Field News High School Boys Athlete of the Year
Succeeded by
Greg Yeldell