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Jeremy Sudbury
Release: 07/19/2013

Jeremy Sudbury is entering his third year as the assistant coach of the Iowa State track and field and cross country programs. Sudbury previously coached under head coach Martin Smith at the University of Oklahoma and coaches the Cyclone distance runners.

Sudbury was critical in the development of Edward Kemboi into a two-time national-title winner for the Cyclones in 2015. His work with Kemboi saw the Kenyan claim the indoor and outdoor national titles in the 800-meter run. Kemboi earned five All-America honors while working with Sudbury.

Out in cross country, Sudbury has been an important component to the Cyclone men picking up a pair of top-three finishes at the Midwest Regional and Big 12 Championships, with the peak coming via the second-place finish by the ISU men at the 2013 Big 12 Championships. In 2013, Sudbury helped develop Mohamed Hrezi into an All-American in cross country.

During his time in Norman, Okla., Sudbury served initially as a volunteer assistant in 2012 before being named the assistant coach of the men’s distance program. Sudbury also oversaw recruiting operations for the Sooners.

Sudbury competed as a student-athlete at the University of Oklahoma from 2009 to 2012. The Las Vegas, Nev., native holds the Sooner record in the 10,000-meter run at 29:18.64 and is a two-time All-Big 12 performer on the track. On the cross country course, Sudbury was a key contributor, leading Oklahoma to sixth (2011) and 12th (2009) place finishes at the NCAA Championships.

Sudbury was also named the Big 12 Track and Field Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2010, rewarding his success both on the track and in the classroom.

Prior to running for the Sooners, Sudbury attended Paradise Valley Community College, where he garnered NJCAA All-America honors five times and helped guide the Pumas to the 2008 NJCAA national title.

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