Andrew Rock


Andrew Rock (born January 23, 1982 in Marshfield, Wisconsin) is an American athlete.

The 400-meter runner for the first time Rock took the limelight as he at the U.S. Trials in Sacramento, California was at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, finished sixth and was invited to the relay competitions of the Games. In Athens, he was then nominated for the first qualifying event of the 4 x 400-meter relay as the third runner, thus laying the foundation for future Olympic victory of his colleagues.

In 2005 he was with a time of 44.70 seconds in the third U.S. Championships and was the first time competing in a major international competition in a single competition. At the World Athletics Championships 2005 in Helsinki, he confirmed the nomination by winning the silver medal behind Jeremy Wariner. He improved his personal best in this race in 44.35 seconds.

He has a size of 1.88 kg m tall and weighed 75kg

Personal Best

* 200 meters – 20.84 seconds * 400 meters – 44.35 seconds

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