Virgin Islands sprinter who was considered to be the number one 400-meter runner in the world by the International Association of Athletic Federations in 2016. He competed in the 2008 and 2012 Olympics and the world championships in Berlin in 2009.
He attended both Barton County Community College and Texas A&M University, winning national championships at the latter school in 2010 and 2011.
He became the fourth fastest 400m runner in the world after finishing with a time of 44.77 at the National Junior College Track and Field Championships in 2016.
He was born and raised in the Virgin Islands.
Olympic star Michael Johnson set the record for the 400m race in 1999.