JuVaughn Harrison Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

JuVaughn Harrison is an American high jumper and long jumper who is contending at Tokyo Olympics with the group USA. JuVaughn Harrison, an olympic style events competitor for LSU, holds six NCAA singular titles, a group public title, and four school records. He expressed that he appreciates the two occasions similarly and divides his training time down the middle.

On April 30, 1999, JuVaughn Krishna Harrison was born in Huntsville, Alabama to Jamaican guardians who have taken an alternate way. Georgia Harrison is his mom and both of his folks dominated in olympic style sports occasions instead of hopping rivalries. Ky-Mani Harrison, his more youthful brother, is a games organization major at LSU.

JuVaughn Harrison Biography

Real Name JuVaughn Harrison
Birth Date 30 April 1999
Age (as of 2021) 22 Years
Birth Place Huntsville, Alabama, United States
Nationality American
Profession High Jumper, and Long Jumper
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Taurus

Physical Statistics

 

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Height in feet inches – 6’ 4” – in Centimeters – 193 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 77 kg  –  in Pounds –  169 lbs
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Body Type Athletic

Family

Father Dennis Blake
Mother Georgia Harrison
Sister Not Known
Brother Ky-Mani Harrison

Qualification/Education

School Columbia High School
College Louisiana State University

Relationship Status

 

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Marital Status Single
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Girlfriend None

His mom was a track competitor at Alabama A&M and was accepted into the Alabama A&M Athletics Hall of Fame in 2014. JuVaughn went to Columbia High School and moved on from Louisiana State University. He is one of the top high leap possibilities in the Class of 2017 in the United States, having crossed the seven-foot obstruction multiple times during his senior season at Columbia High School.

At The Armory in New York, he was named the 2017 New Balance Indoor Nationals Silver Medalist in the high leap with an indoor individual best of 7 feet, 0 ¼ inches. For the 2017 indoor season, he was perceived as the country’s No. 1 high jumper in the Class of 2017. In his senior season inside, he was additionally tied for second spot in the United States among all characterizations. During his prep vocation at Columbia High School in Alabama, he was an eight-time state champion. For the 2016-17 scholastic season, he was named AL.com Huntsville Region Boys Athlete of the Year and Huntsville Metro Coaches Association Track and Field Athlete of the Year. During his senior year, he won the 2017 AHSAA Class 6A Indoor State Championships in both the high leap and the long leap.

Harrison played multiple times for LSU all through his university vocation. He won 25 of them and never completed more regrettable than fourth in any of them, including clearing the long and high leap titles at the NCAA outside finals. He’s the leader to win the NCAA’s top olympic style sports competitor, the Bowerman Trophy. At the SEC Championships, he completed fifth with a period of 25′ 3.50″. Harrison won the Tyson Invitational (25′ 7.50″) and the UAB Vulcan Invitational (25′ 8.25″) in the long leap. At the NCAA Championships, he turned into the primary man in NCAA history to win both the long leap and the high leap, getting a bar free from 7′ 5.25″ in the high leap to acquire the NCAA title.

At the Miami Hurricane Invitational, he won gold in the long leap with a jump of 26′ 9.75″. Aside from this. he won his third profession SEC title in the high leap with a freedom of 7′ 5″ (2.26 meters) At the SEC Championships. At the Tyson Invitational, she cleared the prizes with individual dominates in the long leap and high leap. At the Purple Tiger Invitational, he completed second in the long leap with a jump of 25′ 0.50″. (7.63 meters).

On March 12, 2021, in Fayetteville, Arkansas, at the 2021 NCAA Division I Indoor Track and Field Championships, he establishes individual standards in the high leap with 2.30 m. He accomplished one more achievement in the long leap with 8.45 meters which is additionally the best measure in 2021. Because of this, he turned into the principal man in history who can bounce more than 8.40 meters in the NCAA rivalry. What’s more, he enlisted 2.30 m in the high leap too.

This accomplishment is suggestive of that of Jesse Owens, known as the “Day of Days” for establishing four worldwide bests very quickly on May 25, 1935. He won the long leap and the high seize the US National Team Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon on June 27, 2021. Right now, he is contending in the two occasions at the 2020 Summer Olympics, he will be the main American male to do as such since Jim Thorpe in 1912, as he contended in both the long leap and the high leap.

It’s as yet far for him at the worldwide level to set up his standing. Hence, he is just zeroing in on his profession and planning to accomplish objectives as opposed to focusing on any relationship. There is no data thought about his relationship with anybody so he is single at this point.

Being an Olympic competitor and school star, he is doubtlessly making sufficient sum with the goal that he can spend it on his costs and preparing. Despite the fact that, there is no disclosure about his total assets done in web-based media as of now.

Harrison is the first American male to contend in quite a while at similar Olympic Games since Jim Thorpe in 1912.

JuVaughn has won six NCAA titles and two US titles, just as the long and high leap titles in every one of the last three NCAA Championships.

He procured his first state title as a sophomore in the high leap during the 2015 indoor season.

While playing for Columbia High School, he won five state bronze decorations.

JuVaughn joined individual LSU graduate Mondo Duplantis in the PUMA Family of elite competitors and brand ministers, adding to an all around noteworthy rundown of jumpers contending in a few occasions.