Keilah Causey Athlete Profile
Event: Heptathlon, Triple Jump, 300-400 Hurdles
PRs: 3348pts (15) 800M- 2.34 (14) TJ– 35’4 (15)
Born: September 8, 1997
Current Residence: Gahanna, Ohio
School: The Wellington School (Upper Arlington, Ohio)
Coach: Roger Boyd
Club: New World Track Club Inc.
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Career Highlights: OHSAA Regional Qualifier 300 Hurdles (15) USATF National Qualifier (14) USATF Region V Qualifier (14) Ohio Association Heptathlon Champion (14) OHSAA Indoor State Qualifier Triple Jump (14,15) Ohio High School Indoor Central District Triple Jump Champion (14,15) OHSAA District Qualifier 200,400 meters and long jump (14) The Wellington School R.O.A.R award (14,15) Outdoor National Qualifier Triple Jump (12’13) Outdoor Regional and Ohio Qualifier Triple Jump (12’13) Ohio Heptathlon Champion (13) OHSAA Qualifier Central District Division III Long Jump and 800 Meters (13) Ohio Association and Regional V Outdoor Youth High Jump Champion ('11); National Qualifier High jump and Shot Put (11); Seven-time Ohio Association Pentathlon and Heptathlon Qualifier ('09, '10, '11,12’,13,14,15); Tammy Daniels Award ('06, '10, 13); New World Scholar Award (12’)
Causey finished her Junior High School season in 2015 inspired improvement has been a staple, while competing in the 300 meters hurdles in the OHSAA Central District finals she pick up the event and continued to run a personal –best 48.13 to advance to 2015 OHSAA Regional.Causey a member of the New World Track Club has become the first three–time winner of the Tammy Daniels Award which illustrates and demonstrates tough work-ethic and attitude with a Uncompromising spirit and the determination to be a true champion (‘06,’10, 13)… Causey a student of The Wellington School with a 3.4 GPA. Causey finishing her 2011 season with four Gold Medals in the Last Chance Meet... a personal best, where she won events 400, Shot Put, High Jump, and Long jump. Causey also was a National Qualified in the 2011 Outdoor Junior Olympics in Wichita, Kansas. Causey…is of French, African-American, and Native American. Descent…her given name is Keilah… she considers her Athletic balance as being one of her greatest strengths.2010 Causey shared her Humanitarian award from the Allstate Insurance Company by donating $1,000 to the New World Track Club, Inc. Each year Causey sponsors and, makes donations of track items to younger athletics to pass the baton on to the next generation of sprinters.