Born and raised in Denver, CO, Jeremy attended George Washington H.S. prior to the University of Arkansas, having then transferred to University of Colorado, where he earned a degree in Economics and Sociology with a minor in Neurophysiology and accepted into the CU School of Law. While competing collegiately, Jeremy was a four-time All-American (three at CU, one at UA) and set Colorado records in the indoor and outdoor 200 meters. Jeremy qualified for both the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games.
For majority of his career, Jeremy not only coached himself, but also state champions Niwot H.S. and other professional athletes. Recently, he has been accepted into the World Athletics Center, where an array of World Class coaches will be his new guidance. A strong follower of Jesus Christ, Jeremy looks to spread love however possible to as many people as God has allowed him to.
You will not typically find Jeremy bringing attention to himself, but standing in the background observing and assisting those in need, whether with a smile, helping hand, or otherwise. He hates to see people struggling alone and does all he can to provide a welcoming situation. Jeremy strongly supports the Pediatric Hydrocephalus Foundation, a condition he also struggles with, which causes a brain tumor. Jeremy underwent chemotherapy/radiation while still competing and qualifying for the World Championships and Olympics. Jeremy credits running with saving his life while living with this hydrocephalus. In addition to education, competition, coaching, and training, Jeremy balances with part-time employment in customer service positions.