BSO Model of the Week: Kellie L. Wells
Each week BlackSportsOnline will profile a model who is doing big things in the world of modeling and other entertainment or professional industries. At the end of the year there will be a vote for the BSO Model of the Year.
Kellie L. Wells
Kellie L. Wells
PR: 100h – 12.58; 100m- 11.48
Born: July 16, 1982
Current Residence: Orlando, FL
College: Hampton University ‘06
College Coach: Maurice Pierce
Current Coach: Dennis Mitchell
Career Highlights: 2008 USA National Indoor Bronze Medalist (60 meter hurdles), 4 time NCAA All-American (60 meter hurdles, 100 meter hurdles), MEAC most outstanding athlete, Academic all MEAC and All American.
My name is Kellie L. Wells and I am a professional hurdler and sprinter for Nike from Richmond Virginia. I am one of the top ranked hurdlers in the United States and the world. I have countless records, awards, and honors in athletics. I am extremely driven and strive to be the #1 hurdler in the near future. Everything I do is done to gratify God and to make my deceased mother and family proud. I graduated as a double major in sport management and marketing from Hampton University in 2005 and went on to attain my masters in marketing in 2006. I consider myself to me an all around person and not just stuck in a “jock” role. I do endless hours of community service, I mentor children and I work in sports modeling. Making an impact and leaving my footprints in the world is so important to me.
Feel free to visit my website WWW.Kellie-Wells.com to learn more about me!
Oslo Norway (Bisslett Games), Diamond League meet on June 4th
Bydgoszcz Poland IAAF world challenge meet June 6th
Montreuil, France June 8th
Sottville, France June 12th
**All Results can be found on IAAF.org or Trackand fieldnews.com**