KERLEY Fred

7 May 1995
26
Male
SAN ANTONIO, TX
 
United States of America

Events and Medals

Discipline Event Rank Medal
ATH Athletics Men's 100m  
Men's 200m  
Men's 4 x 100m Relay  

Schedule

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Biographical Information

Highlights

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World Athletics Championships
YearLocation400m4 x 400m
2019Doha, QAT3rd (44.17)1st (2:56.69)
2017London, GBR7th (45.23)2nd (2:58.61)

World Relays
YearLocation4 x 400m
2019Yokohama, JPN8th (DQ)

Diamond League overview - Three best ranks per season and event since 2017
Year100m200m400m
20211 x 5th, 1 x 6th-1 x 3rd
2019--1 x 1st, 1 x 2nd, 1 x 3rd
2018--3 x 1st, 1 x 4th
2017-1 x 2nd, 1 x 4th-

Diamond League - Ten best performances since 2020
RankYearEventLocationResult
12019400mShanghai, CHN44.81
12018400mZurich, SUI44.80
12018400mBirmingham, GBR45.54
12018400mRome, ITA44.33
22019400mBrussels, BEL44.46
22017200mLondon, GBR20.24
32021400mDoha, QAT44.60
32019400mStanford, CA, USA45.33
42018400mShanghai, CHN44.71
42017200mRabat, MAR20.27

World Athletics Continental Tour - Ten best performances since 2020
RankYearEventCompetitionLocationResult
12021100mWorld Athletics Continental TourOstrava, CZE9.96
12021400mWorld Athletics Continental TourHengelo, NED44.74
22021200mWorld Athletics Continental TourOstrava, CZE20.27

World Challenge - Ten best performances since 2020
RankYearEventCompetitionLocationResult
32018200mWorld ChallengeHengelo, NED20.43
72018200mWorld ChallengeZagreb, CRO21.07

World Indoor Championships
YearLocation4 x 400m
2018Birmingham, GBR2nd (3:01.97)


Legend
SF - Semifinal, QF - Quarterfinal, 1R - 1st Round, Qual. - Qualification, QR - Qualification Round, DNF - Did Not Finish, DNS - Did Not Start, DQ - Disqualified, NM - No Mark, [Relay athlete without time] - Did not run in final
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Athlete
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Agricultural Studies, History, Sport Management - Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA
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One daughter
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English
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Alleyne Francique [personal], GRN
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His cousin Jeremy Kerley has played as a wide receiver in the NFL for the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets. His younger brother Mylik has represented the United States of America in athletics and won gold in the 4 x 400m relay at the 2019 World Relays in Yokohama, Japan. (Mylik Kerley YouTube channel, 31 Mar 2019; fkerley.com, 27 Jul 2019; SportsDeskOnline, 05 Mar 2020)
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He suffered a hamstring injury in 2018, causing him to miss two months of that season. (trackandfieldnews.com, Apr 2019)

He suffered a quad injury during his sophomore year [2014/15] at South Plains College in Levelland, TX, United States of America. (trackandfieldnews.com, Apr 2019)

He suffered a broken collarbone during his senior year of high school. (worldathletics.org, 23 Dec 2018)
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He began practising athletics seriously in his senior year at Taylor High School in Texas, United States of America. (trackandfieldnews.com, Apr 2019; fkerley.com, 27 Jul 2019)
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He was originally involved in American football and basketball before he decided to switch to athletics. "I probably would have been playing basketball elsewhere if it wasn't for a broken collarbone. Once I finished playing basketball in high school I focused on track in my senior year." (worldathletics.org, 23 Dec 2018)
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To run the 400m in under 43 seconds. (trackandfieldnews.com, 01 Apr 2019)
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Finishing seventh at the 2017 World Championships in London, England. (trackandfieldnews.com, 01 Apr 2019)
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Coach Alleyne Francique. (trackandfieldnews.com, 01 Apr 2019)
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"I am history." (Instagram profile, 12 Feb 2020)
Legend
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Gold Medal Event
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Silver Medal Event
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Bronze Medal Event
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