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Trey Hardee

Trey Hardee

Event: Decathlon
Height: 6-5
Weight: 210
PR: Decathlon - 8,790 (2009)
Born: 02/07/1984
Current Residence: Austin, Texas
Hometown: Vestavia Hills, Ala.
High School: Vestavia Hills High School '02
College: Mississippi State '04; University of Texas '06
Coach: Mario Satenga
Agent: Paul Doyle
Sponsor: Nike
Personal Website
USATF Championships
2009 USATF Outdoor champion (8,261)
Two-time Olympic Trials runner-up - 2008 (8,534); 2012 (8,383)
International Championships
2012 Olympic silver medalist (8,671)
Two-time World Outdoor gold medalist - 2009 (8,790); 2011 (8,607)
2010 World Indoor heptathlon silver medalist (6,184)

Collegiate Championships
2005 NCAA Outdoor champion (7,881)
2004 NCAA Outdoor runner-up (8,041)

Awards and Honors
2006 NCAA Division I Men's Indoor Field Athlete of the Year
NCAA Division I record holder (8,465)
About Trey
Trey Hardee's 2012 season was one of overcoming true adversity as he was forced to make a comeback following surgery in the offseason after injuring his elbow during the javelin at the 2011 World Outdoor Championships and being forced to undergo Tommy John's surgery. He rebounded strong to win silver in London. Combined with the gold medal from world record holder Ashton Eaton, it was the first time Americans had finished 1-2 in the event at the Olympics since 1956. A two-time World Outdoor gold medalist, Trey Hardee's personal best of 8,790, which he set in Berlin in 2009, currently ranks behind just Ashton Eaton, Dan O' Brien and Bryan Clay in the event in American history. It was also the highest decathlon score at a World Championships since 2001. Hardee joins O'Brien (1991, 1993, 1995), Tom Pappas (2003) and Clay (2005) as the only Americans ever to win the world decathlon title. As a senior at the University of Texas, Hardee was ranked second in the country after establishing a new NCAA record at the Texas Relays in 2006 of 8,465 points. Hardee also held the NCAA Indoor heptathlon record of 6,136 before it was beaten by Ashton Eaton in 2010. Hardee also owns the Mississippi State University school decathlon record of 8,041. In 2008 he fielded inquiries to try out for the NY Jets saying, “I guess I am the mold for what they’re looking for – tall, fast and I can catch a ball.”

1st place in decathlon at USA Outdoors (8599)
2013: DNF at USA Outdoors Dec; 7th at Millrose Games 60m hurdles (7.90); 3rd at USA Indoors 60m hurdles (7.74)
2012: Olympic silver medalist (8,671); Olympic Trials runner-up (8,383); 11th at USA Indoor Combined Events Championships Heptahlon (5,020)
2011: World Outdoor gold medalist (8,607); 1st at Gotzis (8689)
2010: World Indoors heptathlon silver medalist (6,184 points)
2009: World Outdoor gold medalist (8,790); 2nd at Gotzis (8,516); USA Outdoor champion (8,261)
2008: Was in 4th place prior to dropping out of Olympic Games following no mark in pole vault; 1st at Texas Relays (8,371); Olympic Trials runner-up (8,534)
2007: Did not compete
2006: 9th at NCAA Outdoors (7,263); 1st at Texas Relays (8,465 CR); did not compete at AT&T USA Outdoor Champs; 7th in long jump at NCAA Indoor champs (7.75m/25-5.25); 1st in heptathlon at New Mexico Multi (6,208 CR) 
2005: 1st at Texas Relays (7,839 pts); 5th in the 4x100m at the Penn Relays (40.23); 2nd in the heptathlon at the Houston Indoor (5,633 pts); 2nd at the Big 12 Championships in the heptathlon (5,723 pts); 3rd at the NCAA Championships in the heptathlon (5,859 pts)
2004: 1st at the SEC Championships (7,480 pts); 1st at NACAC U23 (7,218)
2003: 5th at the NCAA Outdoor Championships (7,468); 3rd at the SEC Championship (7,544); 7th at the SEC Indoor Championships in pole vault (16-8 3/4)
USA/World Rankings and Personal Bests
: Indoor bests - 60m Hurdles, 7.74 (No. 20 in the USA) 
2012: Outdoor bests - decathlon, 8,671 (No. 2 in the USA, No. 2 in the world by T&FN)
2011: Outdoor bests - decathlon, 8,689 (No. 2 in the USA, No. 2 in the world by T&FN)
2010: Indoor bests - heptathlon, 6,499 (No. 1 in the USA, No. 1 in the world); Outdoor bests - decathlon, 8,457 (No. 2 in the USA, No. 2 in the world)
2009: Outdoor bests - decathlon, 8,790 (No. 1 in the USA, No. 1 in the world by T&FN)
2008: Outdoor bests - decathlon, 8,534 (No. 2 in the USA by T&FN, No. 3 in the world, ranked No. 5 in the world by T&FN)  
2007: Did not compete
2006: Indoor bests - heptathlon, 6,208 (No. 1 in the USA, No. 3 in the world, ranked No. 5 in the USA by T&FN); Outdoor bests - decathlon, 8,465 (No. 2 in the USA, No. 3 in the world)
2005: Indoor bests - heptathlon, 5,859 (No. 4 in the USA, No. 17 in the world); Outdoor bests - decathlon, 7,881 (No. 6 in the USA, No. 28 in the world)
2004: Outdoor bests - decathlon, 8,041 (No. 6 in the USA, No. 26 in the world)
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