Jeremy Wariner, Bio
Born: 31st January 1984
Home: Arlington, Texas
Jeremy Wariner competes at the highest level. An Olympic 400m athlete with four medals from two Olympics, three of them gold, he is one of the finest runners of his generation.
Defined by his great achievements, Jeremy's constant drive to be the best 400m runner of his class is what inspired Adidas to endorse his efforts. And in 2006, Wariner's efforts were further recognised by winning the prestigious Jesse Owens Award which is given by USA Track and Field to the outstanding American athlete of the year.
Jeremy Wariner has been nearly untouchable at championship level, claiming world titles in Helsinki in 2005 and two years later in Osaka, and except for a small blip where he won silver rather than the intended gold at the 2008 Olympics, has won almost every race entered.
He currently stands (or should we say runs) as the third fastest man ever in the event, only stopped from occupying the top position by two of the sport's legends: Michael Johnson and Butch Reynolds. Not easy targets to knock off their perch, but no target is too great for Jeremy Wariner.
adidas Running Sunglasses
IAAF World Championships Berlin 2nd 400m 2009
IAAF World Championships Berlin 1st 4x400m relay 2009
Olympic 400m silver medalist & 4x400m relay gold medalist (Beijing) 2008
400m & 4x400m World Champion (Osaka) 2007
Best Male Track & Field ESPY Award Recipient 2007
Jesse Owens Award Recipient 2006
Golden League Jackpot Winner 2006
400m & 4x400m World Champion (Helsinki) 2005
Olympic 400m & 4x400m relay gold medalist (Athens) 2004