Athletes Who Train Here


_ashton-eatonflagAshton Eaton (USA)

Olympic Gold Medalist and World Record holder in the Decathlon in 2012





_AsafaPowell1Asafa Powell (Jamaica)

World Record holder in men’s 100 from June 2005 to May 2008

Olympic Gold Medalist in men’s 4x100m in 2008





_Dwight Phillips-3 - Berlin WCH Day 8Dwight Philips (USA)

Olympic Champion in 2004

4 time World Champion in men’s long jump in 2004




_Blessing1Blessing Okagbare (Nigeria)

Nigerian National Record holder

Olympic bronze medalist in women’s triple jump in 2008





_Sherone2Sherone Simpson (Jamaica)

Olympic Silver Medalist in 2004

World Champion in women’s 100m in 2005

Olympic Gold Medalist in the 4 x 100m relay in 2004




719657_qsUDCuDiBHzNdrGP7vDJ_fwDerval O’Rourke (Ireland)

Irish National Record holder at 100m & 60m Hurdlers

Gold Medalist at World Indoor Championships in 2006

Silver Medalist at both the 2006 and 2010 European Championships




Green Bay Packers v Atlanta FalconsJonathan Babineaux (NFL, Atlanta Falcons-Defensive Line)

Regarded as one of the most athletic defensive linemen in the NFL today. He has tallied 268 tackles including 22.5 sacks in his 8 year career with the Falcons.





_CarmenMessinaCarmen Messina (NFL, Detroit Lions-Linebacker)

Carmen Messina had an incredible collegiate career at Univ. of New Mexico where he beat NFL Pro Bowler, Brian Urlacher’s mark for tackles in a career (454). In his senior year Carmen led all of the NCAA with 162 tackles.






Jason Foster (NFL, Oakland Raiders-Offensive Line)

Jason came to Hiram after a successful collegiate career at the University of Rhode Island. In his 3 months training he improved his 40Yard Dash time by a half second and caught the eyes of many NFL scouts. Jason was signed by the Indianapolis Colts initially and shortly after being cut by the Colts landed a job with the Oakland Raiders.






Bernard Pierce (NFL, Baltimore Ravens

Bernard is fresh off his rookie NFL season where he won a Super Bowl Ring as a part of the Baltimore Ravens. In his rookie season backing up Ray Rice, Bernard had 3 games with over 100 yards rushing and averaged 5 yards per carry. In his final season at Temple University, Bernard led the NCAA with 27 rushing touchdowns in the season including a single game with 6 touchdowns.