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ANTHONY CURRAN, UCLA JUMPS COACH

Anthony Curran has been coaching at UCLA Since 1983. During Curran’s tenure at UCLA, he has built a program of excellence including 5 Time All American, Scott Slover 18’ 7-3/4″,  Mike Woepse 18′ 5-1/2 and Yoo Kim 18’ 4-3/4, and 3 other 18 foot vaulters including; Mike Landers, Dustin DeLeo, and Brian McLaghlin. The Bruin women pole vaulters are tops in the nation as well. Chelsea Johnson was the first collegiate to clear 15’ and was the National Collegiate Record Holder at 15’1″, Tracy O’Hara also a former collegiate record holder and was a 3 Time NCAA Champion while at UCLA vaulting 14’ 7″ in 2000. Tori Pena and Katy Viuf scored 3rd and 4th at NCAA’s in 2010 and cleared personal bests of 14’ 3″ and 14’ 2”  that year. Ingrid Kantola won the Pac 10 Title in 2008 and Allie Koressel was a NCAA All American in 2013 to round off the top 6 collegiate vaulters for UCLA over 14′ 1-3/4″. In 2014 & 2015 Curran took 3 more female vaulters to new PR’s: Natasha Kolbo 13’ 10-1/2″, Elena Clarke 13’ 8", and Kayla Mallett 13’5″ and freshman Sammy Marumoto joined the 13 foot club, vaulting 13’ 1 -1/4. In 2016 Freshman Gretta Wagner moved onto the UCLA All Time Top List at 13'8 1/2" and Sophomore Elleyese Garrett joined the 13' club, with more than a foot PR at 13' 3 1/2". in 2017 Wagner and Garrett both increased their best marks to 13'10 1/2 and 13' 9 1/2 to move up on the All Time UCLA Top 10 list.

In 2007 Curran took over all the jumps for the men and woman at UCLA. In 2009 Curran had 17 NCAA Regional Qualifiers. That year he coached 17 athletes to personal bests including 2 long jumpers over 25’, a 7’2” and 6’ 10 ½” high jumper, a 53’ triple jumper, and four vaulters over 17’.  Two woman vaulted over 14’ and Daniel Watson long jumped over 21’. That year Coach Curran was named the Woman’s West Regional Jumps Coach of the Year.

Curran started No Limit Sports Track & Field Club in 1984. He now coaches athletes from middle school right through to the Olympic level athletes. His club is one of the largest clubs in the nation. No Limit Sports Club Members Included; Mel Mueller 15’1″, 2000 Olympian, Mary Sauer 15’ 3″, and 2 Canadian National Record Holder's Stephanie McCann 14’ 7- 1/2″ and Dana Elles who set a new Canadian Record at 14’ 8″. Curran has coached 10 athletes to National records in 7 different countries. Okkert Brits- South Africa, Yoo Kim- Korea, Stephany McCann- Canada, Dana Elles- Canada, Tori Pena- Ireland, Paul Kilbartis- Austria, Chelsea Johnson, Collegiate National Record- USA, Tori Anthony National H.S. Record Holder- USA. Greg Miguel, 48 year old age group World Record- USA. Husain Alhisam, Saudi Arabian National Record Holder.

Anthony Curran is the only Coach in the World to have coached 4 woman over 15′ and 6 collegiate woman over 14’1.75. He also has coached 10 men over 18′, and 6 of them competed for UCLA. Anthony also coached 37 Bruins over 17′ and 32 woman over 13’.

Curran had a very successful competitive career. He competed in 3 USA Olympic Trials 1980, 1984′ and 1992′. He has a personal best of 18′ 8-1/2″. He was a 4 Time All American while at UCLA, vaulting 18’2 ½. He was also the Pac 10 Champion in 1982. Curran also set the National High School Record in 1978 at 17′ 4 1/4″ and was the California H.S. State Champion in 1977 and 1978.

No Limit Sports  is excited to have added several new and amazing club coaches to our program.

Dave Dill - Redondo's Head Pole Vault Coach.

Bob Leetch - Redondo's Head Cross Country Coach.

Michelle Lallick, Redondo's Assistant Jumps Coach.

Tate Curran Sprints, Jumps, and Hurdles at Redondo

Sage Stone, Daniel De La Torres, & Kendall Williams

Youth Track UCLA