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Terrence Trammell


Terrence Trammell, USATF Alumni President:

Trammell is a two-time Olympic silver medalist in the 110m Hurdles from the 2000 Sydney and 2004 Athens Olympic Games. He set the American indoor 60m hurdles record at the 2010 IAAF World Indoor Championships, earning silver. Over the course of his career, he has garnered a combined nine Olympic and World Championships medals.

Trammell was the track team captain at the University of South Carolina where he studied business and retail management, graduating in 2002. In high school, he was an All-American in track and football. Track & Field News named him the Male High School Athlete of the Year in 2007. During the 1997 Georgia State Championships at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, he tied the national record for the 60m hurdles.

He owns and designs Track Star Apparel and designed the Olympic women’s track uniform for Guinea in 2008.

Tyree Washington


Tyree Washington, USATF Alumni Vice President:

Tyree Washington is a proud member of the alumni association in which he is the Vice President of USATF Alumni. He is a 4X-400m Track and Field World Champion, 3X-US Champion in the 400m 2X-Hall of Fame Inductee, Junior College 400m National Record Holder, Junior College 400m/200m California State Champion, Former Los Angeles Chargers and “Certified Canfield Trainer in the Success Principles”. Tyree is a proud husband, father and speaker. He resides in Fort Riley, Kansas where he continues to expand his brand as a global motivational speaker and soon to be author.


Gwen Mikinski


Gwen Mikinski, USATF Alumni Secretary:

Mikinski is a former World Record Holder in the pentathlon high jump (6’-4 ¼”) and American Record holder in the Heptathlon High Jump. A Kansas State University Hall of Fame inductee, Gwen was a two-time National Champion with a best of 6’5”.

She was the assistant coach of jumps and multi-events at the 2012 Olympic Games and most recently coached for Team USA at the 2018 World Indoor Championships and lead the NACAC Combined Events Championships.

Gary Morgan


Gary Morgan, USATF Alumni Treasurer:

Morgan is a 1988 Olympian and a member of the 1987 World Championship team as race walker. He has been a consistent presence on USA National teams as an athlete from 1985-2004 and as a coach or manager from 2003 - 2016.

In addition, Morgan has held various position with USATF including the USATF Alumni Vice President (2012-16), USATF AAC-USOC Representative (2008-12), USATF AAC Race Walk Event Chair and served as alternate to the USATF Board (2000-08).

Mary Wineberg


Mary Wineberg, USATF Alumni At-Large: 

Wineberg is a 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist in the 4x400m relay and a 2007 World Outdoor Champion in the 4x400 relay. Wineberg is inspired to give back to today’s current athletes and also bring together past athletes. She is a proud mother, wife and teacher and resides is Cincinnati, Ohio where she continues to expand her brand as a motivational speaker and author.


Edwin Roberts


Edwin Roberts, USATF Alumni At-Large:

Roberts is a two-time Olympic bronze medalist in the 200m and 4x400m relay having competed at the 1964, 1968 and 1972 Olympics for Trinidad and Tobago and was part of the 4x400-yard relay world record setting team at the 1966 British Empire and Commonwealth Games. Roberts was ranked in the top ten among sprinters in the 200 meters for ten consecutive years and was inducted into seven Halls of Fame in recognition of his athletic accomplishments. In 2012 Roberts was honored as one of the top 50 Legends of Sport in Trinidad and Tobago.

Roberts obtained a bachelor’s degree from North Carolina College and a Master’s Degree from Antioch University. He coached track and field at Temple University, Beaver College, and at various high schools and is a certified Masters Official with the USA Track and Field Association and the PIAA. Roberts taught middle and high school for 43 years and has dedicated his life to serving youth.

Marlene Harmon Wilcox   Marlene Harmon Wilcox, USATF Alumni At-Large:

Marlene Harmon Wilcox is excited to embrace the USA Track and Field “Family” by serving as an “at-large member” of the USATF Alumni Board. She is a proud member of the 1980 Olympic Team and the 1983 World Championship Team . She is a California high school State Champion and a Junior Olympic Champion and record holder. She is a proud supporter of the Hershey’s Run/Jump/Throw Program as well as an active coach for the West Side Special Olympics Program. Her passion is to give back to her sport through instruction, compassion and the healthy pursuit of competition. Marlene holds a USATF Level 2 Coaching certification and is an active high school coach and sports adviser. Marlene resides in West Hills, California and is a loving wife, mother, and grandmother. She is the president of Saratoga Entertainment and Second Wind Distribution and oversees the development of a Liquid Vitamin company. Marlene hopes to provide and facilitate the next generation with integrity and opportunity, improving the quality of life for generations to come


Lacey O'Neal


Lacey O'Neal, USATF Alumni At-Large: 

O’Neal is a 1964 and 1972 Olympian hurdler. Born in Chicago, she was a member of the Mayor Daley's Youth Foundation Girl's track team at age 14 and tied the 200m world record at age 16. She attended the University of Hawaii on an academic scholarship receiving a bachelor of education and later earned her masters from the University of Florida while coaching the women’s track and field team.

O’Neal helped to pioneer Title IX for women in sports. Outside of sports, she was the U.S. Peace Corps Country Director in Gambia and served as an U.S. Diplomat to the Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso. She currently lives in Washington, DC where she is a mediator and a Mary Kay Consultant.

Kathy McMillan


Kathy McMillan:
McMillan is a 1976 Olympic silver medalist in the long jump and qualified for the 1980 Olympic team that was unable to compete due to the boycott of the games. She also won gold medals at the 1979 and 1983 Pan American Games.

McMillan was born in Raeford, North Carolina, began running track and field in High School and helped her high school team to win four consecutive state championships. As a sophomore, McMillan won the Junior Olympics in the Long Jump with a record that stood for 39 years. McMillan was inducted into the North Carolina Hall of Fame and the National High School Hall of Fame.

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