Time
Event
Year / Club
Age
Jason Rouser - BIO
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Jason Rouser began his professional track career in the summer of 1992 racing in Europe for
Reebok Racing Club.  He assisted then Head Coach J.D. Martin with the  training of the athletes.  
Oklahoma ’s success grew with several indoor and outdoor All-American honors in the 400m,
4x100m, and 4x400m relay.

Jason was later employed by Nike International Los Angeles.  He and his US teammates won gold in
the 4x400m relay at the 1993 World Indoor Championships in Toronto, Canada.  He moved to Los
Angeles to train under the tutelage of Coach John Smith and Darrell Smith with runners Jon
Drummond, Dennis Mitchell, Marie Perec, Quincy Watts, Kevin Young, Mark Crear, Willie Gault and
British Athletes Tony Jarrett, John Regis, and Marcus Adam.  It is here that Jason cultured the art of
sprinting with world class athletes on a daily basis.  

The year prior to the 1996 Olympic Games and a disappointing season in Los Angeles, Jason
moved back to Norman, Oklahoma to train once again with J.D. Martin and Fonnie Kemp.  Jason
assisted with the recruiting of sprinters to the University of Oklahoma.  This included some of
Jamaica ’s best 400m runners, both of which won bronze medals for their country in the 1996
Games in Atlanta.  Jason and his United States team of Lamont smith, Derek Mills, Anthuan
Maybank won gold for team USA .  

In 1997, World Indoor Championships were hosted in Paris, France.  Jason improved his indoor
400m personal best and represented the United States in the 4x400m relay where, again, team
USA brought home the gold.

Jason's interest in training athletes began in 1999 in Gainesville, FL.  While he himself was training
for upcoming events, he began speed and agility development for NFL & Arena League athletes.  
From that moment he developed a passion to assist athletes in setting and reaching goals in their
respective sport.

In 2001, Jason was recruited by the US Bobsled team for his ability to add velocity to the sled. Here
he teamed up with former teammates Sean Maye and Will Person.

After the commencement of the 2002 Winter Olympics and track season, Jason moved to Dade
City, FL to be with his family.  After arriving, word traveled that there was an Olympic gold medalist
in the community.  A local track coach asked for assistance with developing the track team.  With
Jason's help, the team showed great improvements.  The following year, Jason again volunteered
with the local middle school track program.  Greater success was achieved with several school
records being broken, and individuals and teams winning championships.  It was during this time,
while specializing in one on one training sessions, that Jason began GOALWorks.

GOALWorks' programs were adopted by former head HS football coach Tom Fisher.  The football
team's speed and agility was greatly improved.  The 40yd dash time of a senior WR/DB  went from
4.67 to 4.50 with just 7 training sessions.  And the 40yd dash time of a senior LD/DB/KR/PR went
from 4.89 to 4.67 in the same time frame.  

GOALWorks is currently developing athletes in arena football, baseball, softball, football, track,
cross country, and tennis.  GOALWorks has also been requested by adults who want to improve
their health.  

With USATF certified coaches and the expansion of GOALWorks to Texas and Oklahoma, Jason is
confident that GOALWorks will help many more athletes achieve success in their sport.

Name: Jason Rouser - Career Stats
Date of Birth: March 22, 1970
Height: 6’ 6”
Weight: 195 lbs

High School All-American
5 time NCAA  All-American @ Oklahoma University
11 time Big 8 Conference Champion
NCAA Runner up 1991 Indoor 400m
USA Track and Field Championships Indoor Runner-up: 1993 400m
USA Track and Field Championships Outdoor Runner-up: 1994 400m
Olympic Festival Champion 4x400 1989, 1991, 1993, 200m- 1991, 400m – 1993
Penn Relays Champion 4x400 1994 (Kevin Young, Lamont Smith, Jason Hendrix, Jason Rouser),
1995 ( Quincy Watts , Jason Rouser, Michael Johnson), 1997 (Jason Rouser, C. Harrison, A.,
Harrison, A. Pettigrew)
Goodwill Games Champion 4x400m 1994 (Derek Mills, Andrew Valmon, Jason Rouser, Michael
Johnson)
2x World Indoor Champion 4x400m 1993 (Darnell Hall, Brian Irvin, Jason Rouser, Mark Everett),
1997 (Jason Rouser, Mark Everett, Sean Maye, Deon Minor)
Olympic Gold Medalist 4x400m 1996 (Lamont Smith, Jason Rouser, Derek Mills, Anthuan Maybank)

Athletic Progression:
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Age
Year / Club
Event
Time
15
HS Frosh
100m
11.12
    200m
23.06
    400m
52.00 (4x400 relay
split)
16
HS Soph
100yd
10.10
    200m
22.08
    400m
49.09
17
HS Junior
200m
21.86
    400m
47.30
18
HS Senior
100m
10.42
    200m
20.77
    400m
47.53
19
College Frosh
300yd indoor
29.97
    400m indoor
47.80
    200m
20.80
    400m
45.73
    4x100m
39.89(9.33 anchor
split)
20
College Soph
Injured Indoors
 
    200m
20.66
21
College Junior
200m
21.26 indoor
    400m
46.56 (in lanes flat
200m)
    600m
1:10.0
    200m
20.45
    400m
45.19
    4x400m
43.80 split
22
College Senior
200m indoor
21.11
    400m indoor
46.52
    600yd indoor
109.00
    200m
20.49
    400m
44.82
    4x100m
38.86(anchor split
8.80)
23
Reebok Racing Club
400m indoor
46.11
    400m
45.4
24
Nike International L.A.
400m
45.19
    4x200
19.50 (split)
25
  400m
45.32
26
  200m
20.50
    400m
44.77(Olympic Trials)
27
  200m indoor
20.90
    400m indoor
46.09
    200m
20.47
    400m
44.90
28
  injured
 
29
  injured
 
31
  2Man Bobsled push
time
5.03
    40yd
4.28
    Flying 30yd
2.82
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