Costa Rican sprinter most widely known as the winner of competitions just like the Central American Championships and World Inside Championships. He earned seven yellow metal medals on the Central American Championships from 2004 to 2011. He was created in the impoverished city of Limon in Costa Rica and initial broke onto the worldwide picture by medalling on the Central American Junior Championships in 2004. He established a nationwide and tournament record by working 400 meters in 45.11 secs on the 2012 IAAF World Indoor Championships in Istanbul. He was raised in a residence with five years of his family members, including his great-grandmother, Ofilia. He and Daniel Caines are both Globe Indoor Champions in the men’s 400 meter eent.