Triple jumper who competed for america in the 1980, 1984, and 1988 Summertime Olympics, and won a sterling silver medal on the 1983 World Championships. He went to UCLA, and positioned second on the 1977 and 1978 NCAA Championships. On June 16, 1985, he established a global record by jumping 17.97 meters, and was inducted in to the Country wide Monitor and Field Hall of Popularity in 1999. He was created on the Travis Atmosphere Force Bottom in California. He was an associate from the U.S. Monitor and Field group on the 1988 Olympics along with Carl Lewis.