FWISD GRAD WILL RUN AT LONDON OLYMPICS
Fort Worth, Texas – Fort Worth ISD graduate Khadevis “KD” Robinson has earned a spot on the 2012 US Track and Field Olympic Team. The 35 year old Trimble Tech High School alum will run the 800 meter dash.
Robinson is now a two-time Olympian having qualified for the 2004 Olympics in Athens. He is a graduate of Texas Christian University and currently lives in Nevada where he serves as an assistant coach at UNLV.
Robinson’s biography is available on the USA Track and Field web site.
Also competing in the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials in Eugene, Oregon is 2009 Eastern Hills High School graduate Everett Walker. Walker failed to qualify in the 100 meter dash but still has a chance in the 200 meter dash.
Walker currently attends Baylor University. His profile is posted on that school’s athletic site.
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