JUSTIN ST. CLAIR
PR: 77.85m/255-5 (2005)
Born: May 17, 1979 in Lakewood, Wash.
Current Residence: Durham, NC.
High School: Pierce (Wash.) HS ‘98
College: Boise State ’02; Washington ‘00
Coach: Ty Sevin
Agent: Andras Haklins
Career Highlights: Three-time NCAA All-American; 2007 NACAC champion; two-time Pan Am Games competitor
With his third-place finish at the AT&T USA Outdoor Championships and win at the NACAC Championships, St. Clair enjoyed the best season of his career in 2007, ending the campaign ranked #3 in the U.S. by Track & Field News. On August 15, 2007 he became a member of the Duke University coaching staff in charge of indoor and outdoor throwing events. He had five successful years as a Division I throws coach, first at Boise State and for the previous two years at Southeastern Louisiana State, where he mentored 14 NCAA regional qualifiers in all four throwing events, as well as six NCAA qualifiers and one All-America. As a prepster, St. Clair recorded a best prep javelin mark of 64.08m/210-3 to rank 15th nationally among 1997 prep competitors ... Earned four track and field letters at Franklin Pierce High School in Tacoma ... Participated in the javelin, high jump, long jump, shot put and discus ... advanced to the Washington state championship meet three years in the javelin and two seasons in the shot put ... Also lettered three years in football and once in basketball…graduated from Boise State in 2002 with degrees in criminal justice and political science.
2007: 3rd at USA Outdoors (74.71m/245-1)…NACAC champion
(73.16m/240-0)…7th at Pan Am Games…ranked #3 in U.S. by T&FN…best of
2006: 7th at USA Outdoors (72.66m/238-5)…ranked #10 in U.S. by T&FN…best of 72.82m/238-11.
2005: 11th at USA Outdoors (67.52m/221-6)…ranked #7 in U.S. by T&FN…best of 74.61m/244-9.
2004: 18th in qualifying at Olympic Trials (66.78m/219-1)…ranked #7 in U.S. by T&FN…best of 77.85m/255-5.
2003: 4th at USA Outdoors (74.02m/242-10)…ranked #6 in U.S. by T&FN…best of 76.24m/250-1.
2002: 6th at USA Outdoors (74.01m/242-10)…8th at NCAA Outdoors (69.95m/229-6)…3rd at WAC…ranked #8 in U.S. by T&FN…best of 74.00m/242-9.
2001: 9th at USA Outdoors (67.07m/220-0)…ranked #10 in U.S. by T&FN…best of 214-8.
2000: 18th in qualifying at Olympic Trials…6th at NCAA Outdoors…11th at Pac 10 Champs...best of 70.12m/230-1.
1999: 3rd at PAC 10 Champs…12th at NCAA Outdoors…13th at USA Outdoors…best of 70.50m/231-3.