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Steven Benedict

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Steven Benedict is a professional track and field athlete and Olympic Trials qualifier[1]. Benedict has run in some of the world's most prestigious events[2]. In addition to the Adidas Classic Diamond League and US Nationals, Benedict ran for Nike for two years and was a Penn Relays Champion[3]. Benedict has been recognized in over 50 publications to-date, including Train, ESPN Magazine, Men's Fitness, Men's Health and Fitness RX[4], among others[5]. He uses these platforms to offer advice and motivation to all athletes of all levels, from up-and-coming to elite [6][7][8].

Steven Benedict

Brands[edit]

  • Athlete Protocol
  • Built to Last
  • Fostering Success
  • Good Morning Superstar
  • Performance Coaching

Philanthropy[edit]

Benedict is the founder of Fostering Success[9], a non-profit organization that pairs professional athletes with kids in foster care.

Speaking engagements[edit]

  • Children’s Bureau Gala Dinner (Keynote Speaker)
  • Fashion to Feed Event (Keynote show speaker)
  • Mastermind Power Dinner (Keynote and Panel Speaker)
  • Upward African Woman Gala (Keynote Speaker)
  • Boo2Bullying, Schools against bullying week (Special Guest Athlete Speaker)
  • M&J Helping Hands Inc., Empower Me Gala (Keynote Speaker)
  • San Bernardino County Children's Services, Sports Faire A (Keynote Speaker)
  • American Red Cross Prepare for greatness (Keynote Speaker)
  • Children's Miracle Network Hospitals' StorybookSuite (Athlete Ambassador)
  • Make a Wish America Foundation (Public announcement speaker for wish day)

Honors and awards[edit]

  • Olympic Training Center Chula Vista Cal Invite
  • Mt. SAC Relays Elite Invite
  • Adidas Invite
  • Millrose Games
  • US Open Sprint Med Invite
  • Ranked 20th at Nationals in the 200m
  • Adidas Classic Diamond League 4x400m meet record
  • Ranked 9th at National meet in San Fran in the 200m
  • Ranked 18th at Nationals in the 200m
  • Reebok Classic Invite
  • Set a new meet record at Monmouth Invitational
  • Olympic Trials Qualifier
  • Penn Relays Champion 4x100m
  • Mid Atlantic Champion 200m
  • Metropolitan 200m Champion indoors
  • Nike Sponsored Athlete
  • Competed at the New Balance National College Meet
  • Indoor Conference Championship 2nd place in 200m
  • Ran on the Club Nationals sprint relay team that set a new meet record

References[edit]

  1. "Quick clip on Steve Benedict, now a 2021 Olympic hopeful". April 8, 2020.
  2. https://scenester.tv/pro-track-athlete-steven-benedict-interviews/
  3. "Steven Benedict : From Foster Child to Olympic Hopeful". 10,000 NOs.
  4. "Get In Your Best Shape for 2014!". November 29, 2013.
  5. "Train Like an Olympian: The Best Workouts for Sprinters". September 6, 2017.
  6. "1746: Steven Benedict: Good Morning Superstar". Conscious Millionaire. May 5, 2020.
  7. "Guest Post: Training Tips from Olympic Athlete Steven Benedict – Alicia Bell IFBB Pro Train It Right".
  8. https://consciousmillionaire.com/steven-benedict/
  9. "Home". Fostering Success.




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