- Two-time Olympian
- Four-time Division 1 All-American
- 2006 Freshman NCAA National Champion
- Two-Time All-SEC Team (University of Arkansas)
- 12-Time All-Big 12 Team (University of Colorado)
- 2005 Gatorade Colorado Athlete of the Year
- Colorado All-State 200m Record Holder (200m)
A Denver native, Jeremy Dodson continues to be one of the top sprinters to ever represent Colorado. Still training and competing professionally, Dodson looks to pursue the next Olympics in Tokyo, Japan for the 2020 Games. Dodson will enter his seventh year of coaching at any level, having first began his coaching career while at the University of Colorado. Dodson aided in the collegiate sprints/hurdles program at CU, and continued on to coach the three-time 4A state champions at Niwot High School. Among those programs, Dodson coached elite professional athletes and Paralympic athletes, including Colorado standout Joe Morris as well as 2016 Paralympian Lacey Henderson. Dodson continues to train under to guidance of the elite program Altis, where renown coaches Dan Pfaff, Stuart McMillan, and Andreas Behm overlook his training.
While at the University of Colorado, Dodson obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Neurophysiology, Sociology, as well as Economics. He then went on to obtain a Master’s in Business Administration.
Did you know…
- Favorite event to watch: 400m, hurdles, and Triple Jump
- Favorite music artist: J. Cole
- Favorite book author: Paulo Coelho
- Also known as Cookie Monster’s half brother.