Discussing my inspiration, changing take off leg, and recap of 2012 Olympic Games. Thank you to CNN for the wonderful piece. Video credit to CNN.


Walking the course with Cara Robinson and Golfing World. Speaking about my golf game and how the game helps me on the track. Special thank you to Golfing World for their time and the opportunity to showcase a different side of me.

Wonderful sit down with the “Extremely Fast” Ato Bolden. This was a wonderful way to share a little bit of my story. Special thank you to Laura Arcoleo and IAAF for your time and for the opportunity. Complete video credit to IAAF.

Wonderful day attempting to teach Tim Lovejoy and Denise Lewis the Triple Jump.

In September 2014, I partnered up with the organization, Classroom Champions. There was an immediate attraction to the program because of their motto “Connect.Motivate.Educate.” There are many factors that make this program special but the most appealing one to me is the relationships I am able to create and build on with the students and teachers throughout the year. This is no one time school visit. This is an opportunity to hang out with my students. This could be via online or in class. We are constantly in communication through the pictures of ┬átheir completed projects and live Q&A. This program allows me to mentor students around the United States and teach valuable lessons they can use in their everyday lives. Building relationships with my students has given me additional motivation in my training and competition. I not only strive to be the best example on and off the track but also a great friend.


If field events were anywhere near as popular as those on the track, Triple Jump winner Christian Taylor and his close friend, training partner and rival Will Claye, who finished second to him on Thursday (9), would be as famous as the British middle distance runners, Seb Coe and Steve Ovett, from 30 years ago. [Read more…]

The 2012 Games mark the Olympic debut of 22-year-old Christian Taylor, the youngest competitor in the triple jump finals (save for his American teammate, Will Claye).

Taylor: “The passion and drive that I have takes my body to another level.” [Read more…]

The current world champion Christian Taylor (USA) gets the gold at 17.81m, .19 meters better than his fellow teammate Will Claye.

Had an incredible time at @usatf championships! Sac State did a wonderful job hosting. Hope there are many more meets here in the future! 2 Hours ago

Christian Taylor