AAC Officer Bios
Jeff Porter, Chair
Jeff Porter excels in the 110-meter hurdles. Porter’s success started at a young age, when he was named the top American junior hurdler in 2002. Porter went on to study and compete at the University of Michigan, where he became a Big Ten Conference Champion in his freshman season. As a Wolverine, Porter also went on to win an NCAA title in his signature 60mH, and he was named an NCAA Division I All-American. Porter won his first national medal, a bronze, after finishing third at the USATF Indoor Championships in 2010 before two years later finishing in personal best to qualify for the London Olympic Games. Porter is married to Tiffany Porter, 100mH athlete for Team Great Britain.
John Nunn, USOC Representative
John Nunn, an American race walker, who ironically despised the sport growing up, accepted a race walking scholarship to the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. He made his first Olympic appearance at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, finishing 26th, and he won the 2010 USATF national title in the 20 km. Nunn’s journey continued with his first-place finish at 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials - Track & Field to qualify for the 50 km at the upcoming London Games, where he finished among the top-50. Nunn, his wife Leah and their daughter Ella reside in Bonsall, California. Nunn and his daughter Ella reside in Bonsall, California, and own a gourmet cookie company called Ella’s Cookies.