The Bowerman: Grant Holloway To Co-Host 2022 Presentation

Grant Holloway does it all.

The two-time defending world champion in the 110-meter hurdles proved that during his Bowerman-winning year in 2019 and will once again take center stage next Thursday, December 15, when he co-hosts the 2022 Presentation alongside fellow fan-favorite John Anderson.

“It is such an honor for me to serve as co-host for The Bowerman Presentation this year,” Holloway said. “Being on the stage as a co-host and past winner is a dream come true.”

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Holloway captured collegiate track & field’s highest individual honor three years ago following a dynamite junior year at the University of Florida. He won four NCAA titles (three individual, one relay) and smashed three collegiate records (two individual, one relay) back in 2019.

Indoors, Holloway broke the American record and the collegiate record in the 60-meter hurdles when he won the NCAA title in 7.35. Outdoors, Holloway became the first collegian to go sub-13.00 in the 110mH and reduced Renaldo Nehemiah’s 40-year-old standard to dust. That came at the same meet where Holloway also toted the baton on a collegiate record-setting 4×100 relay.

Holloway has continued his winning and record-breaking ways on the world stage.

The native of Chesapeake, Virginia, is a three-time gold medalist at the World Championships (2x outdoor, 1x indoor) and earned the silver medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games in the 110mH. He shattered the world record in the 60mH last February with a 7.29 clocking at the World Athletics Indoor Tour in Madrid, Spain, and is also the second fastest man in world history in the 110mH at 12.81.

The Bowerman Presentation will air LIVE on YouTube next Thursday, beginning at 9 pm ET.

Men’s finalists are Trey Cunningham and Ayden Owens-Delerme.

Women’s finalists are Anna Hall, Camryn Rogers and Abby Steiner.

“As a 2018 finalist and the 2019 winner, I know the emotions that each one of these elite athletes are experiencing,” Holloway said. “I’m excited to share in highlighting their accomplishments.”

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