My name is Tyrone (Ty) Brown. I am member of USA Track and Field (USATF). I am a volunteer instructor for the First Tee, a national youth golf program, and I am also a member of the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials (IAABO).  I was a seven year member of the Glen Arden Masters Track Club, and I am currently a member of ITS Track Club, two nationally ranked track and field organizations. My track specialties are the sprints and hurdles. I am also an accomplished long jumper and triple jumper.

I have coached the Washington DC contingent of the U.S. Youth Games Track and Field team. I have coached the vertical and horizontal jumpers at Howard University. I have worked with renowned track coaches like Bill Moultrie of Howard University, Adrian Dixon of Coolidge High in Washington DC. And George Harris of Episcopal School in Alexander, VA. I have worked under the tutelage  of such great coaches like Brooks Johnson of Sports International and University of Florida, Jack Cook of the University of Nevada, Jim Kehoe of the University of Maryland, and Wilbur Ross, the author of The Hurdlers Bible.


Listed is a compilation of my past achievements in USATF Masters Track and Field


The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. The Good. The year started with the continued domination of the M70 hurdles and a fantastic trip to the USATF MASTERSS INDOOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. During the finals of the M7 60m dash, I set the WORLD RECORD for that distance at 8.11. I was completely engulfed in emotion, after beating one of the best fields ever assembled for this event. World record holders and Hall of Famers. The following day I broke the US record of the M70 200 meter dash, with a time of 27.03. I also won my third Gold Medal in the M70 60m hurdles.

The outdoor season was the bad and the ugly. I was injured at the prestigious Penn Relays, after winning the M70 100m dash. That injury ended my season.



After a disappointing 2014, things were a lot brighter in 2015. I moved into the next age group and once again dominated the short hurdles, establishing WORLD RECORDS both indoors and outdoors. The standards that were set were 9.44 and 12.61 respectfully. I won the prestigious Penn Relays 100m dash in 13.03, well enough to be ranked 3rd in the world. I also was a double winner at the Masters National Indoor Championships, winning the 60m hurdles and the 200m dash.

During 2015 I was selected the USATF Male Athlete of the Year for the M70.



This year I was plagued with injuries and illness, mostly as a result of the medical procedure I had in 2013. However, I was able to remain competitive. During indoor season, I posted the fastest 60m dash time with a 7.85 hand time. The outdoor season highlights were a runner up finish in the 100m dash at the Penn Relays and running the 3rd leg of the winning 4×100 relay, also at the Penn Relays. A come back in 2015 is at the top of my track list.



WORLD RECORD, WORLD RECORD. Can you say WORLD RECORD. In May of 2013 at the USATF Southeastern Regional Championships, in Raleigh NC I set the new standard (15.20) for the 100 meter hurdles by breaking the old record (15.47) of the great German hurdler Rolf Geese. What a grand moment. During this same meet I won the gold medal in the Long Jump and a silver in the 100m dash. I also had a fine indoor season by becoming the USATF Masters 60m Hurdles Champion for the fourth time. I was also ranked 2nd in 60m dash, with a time of 8.01. For health reasons, my track season was cut short and I was not able to compete in the outdoor National and World Championships. A disappointment to say the least. I am looking forward to the 2014 with great anticipation.



In 2012 I once again was ranked the number one hurdler in the United States both indoors and outdoors. I have consistently run the fastest hurdle times in the world for the M65 age group. I also ranked third, fifth, and seventh in the outdoor long jump, 100 meters, and the 200 meters respectively. I won a gold medal in the 100 meters at the prestigious Penn Relay Carnival, and took four gold medals in the 100m, 200m, long jump and 100m hurdles at the South Eastern Regional Championships.



During the indoor season of 2011 I was ranked 3rd in the US in the 200 meters, ranked 8th in the Shot Put and 1st in the Long Jump.



This year, during the indoor season, I was ranked #3 in the USA in the 60 meter dash (8.16) 3rd in the 200 meters (26.52) 1st in the Long Jump (5.02m) and 6th in Shot Put (11.18m). At the USATF East Regional Masters Championships in Landover Maryland I established a NEW World Record in the 60 meter hurdles with a time of 9.36. Two weeks later in Boston Massachusetts, at the USATF National Championships I broke my own World Record with a time of 9.17. During the outdoor season I won gold medals in the 100 and 200 meter dashes, the long jump and 100 meter hurdles at both the Southeastern Masters Championships and the Carolina Masters Track and Field Invitational, all meet records. I established the WORLD’S fastest time in the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 15.26. At the outdoor USATF Masters Outdoor Championships in Sacramento CA. I was crowned champion in both the Long Jump (5.24m) and the 100 meter hurdles, establishing a new USA RECORD of 15.48 in the hurdles. I also won a gold medal at the Penn Relays in the 100meter dash (12.69) and ran a leg on the winning 4×100 relay team for a second consecutive championship. I was ranked 23rd in the US in the Javelin with a throw of 34.66m



This year I was once again ranked #1 in the indoor 60meter hurdles, after winning gold at the USATF National Championships. At the same meet I garnered a gold medal in the Long Jump (5.02m) a silver medal in the 200meter (27.05) and a silver medal in the 60meter dash with one of the fastest times established for the age group (7.97). During the outdoor season I won a silver medal for the 200 meter dash,(26.16) a bronze medal for the 100 meter dash (12.63) and anchored the winning 4×100 relay team at the National Senior Games (Senior Olympics) in Palo Alto CA. At the USATF Masters National Championships, I was a gold medal winner in the 100 meter hurdles (15.82).



This indoor season I won a gold medal in the 60meter hurdles (9.83) at the USATF Masters National Championships in Boston, MA and again ranked number one. I also won a bronze medal in the Long Jump. During the North, Central American and Caribbean World Outdoor Championships I won gold medals in the 100 meter dash and 100 meter hurdles, and placed second in the long jump. I also represented the United States in the winning 4×100 relay team.



In the USATF Masters National Championships in Orono, Maine I won a gold medal in the long jump as well as a silver medal in the 100 meter dash.