Marshevet Hooker (MarshevetHooker)



Grand Prairie, TX

MarshevetHooker's Favorite Sports:

Basketball, HS/Club Basketball, NBA, USA Basketball, W College Hoops, WNBA, Football, Olympics, Summer Games, Track & Field, Volleyball

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Marshevet Hooker was a standout track athlete alongside her younger sister Destinee. She is now sponsored by Adidas and is one of the fastest women in the world as well as one of the farther jumpers.

Marshevet Hooker preps for Olympic Trials 2012...as a spectator
Olympic Trials 2012…It’s about to Begin… It’s Thursday morning at 7:24 am. As I sit in bed, all I can think about are all of the athletes that have made their way to Eugene, Oregon for the US. Olympic Trials this year. This is s...[Read on]
Fierce sprint battles on tap in Kingston – IAAF World Challenge
Kingston, Jamaica – Jamaican sprint stars will be hard pressed tomorrow (7) to produce wins, at the JN Jamaica International Invitational, an IAAF World Challenge Meeting, as they set about defending their home turf. Several world class athletes are li...[Read on]
Strong fields across the programme taking shape for Daegu – IAAF World Challenge
Strong fields across the board, including a cast of Olympic and World champions and medallists, are being assembled for the Colorful Daegu Meeting – IAAF World Challenge – on 12 May, the final test event for the IAAF World Championships, Daegu, Korea,...[Read on]
USA women storm to 4×100WL at USA vs. The World
PHILADELPHIA – The Team USA women’s 4×100m relay put on a dominant show in a competitive edition of USA vs. the World at the Penn Relays on a sunny Saturday afternoon. Franklin Field played host to 48,531 fans and the first event of USA Track & Field...[Read on]
Jamaica’s top international athletics meet set for May
KINGSTON, Jamaica – The JN Jamaica Invitational Meet, to be held at the National Stadium on May 7, 2011, is now of even greater importance on the calendars of sporting enthusiasts in Jamaica and internationally, says Earl Jarrett, General Manager of the...[Read on]
Marshevet Myers blog: It’s Texas Relays Time
It’s 7:47 a.m. on Thursday, April 7th and I’ve been up since about 7. I really have no idea why I’m unable to sleep in anymore. It might be because my dogs always wake me up so they can go outside and do their morning business. It’s probably also ...[Read on]
The outdoor track & field season has arrived!
It’s 8:21 A.M. on Wednesday, March 30th. As you know by now, I prefer to call my Wednesdays by their true name: OFF DAYS! This off day is a bit different than others because two days from now I will be on my way to Gainesville, Florida to kick off my 20...[Read on]
Stephanie Brown: A Fallen Friend and Hero
On March 15th at about 8:30 am I received a text message from one of my good friends asking if I’d heard about what happen to Stephanie Brown. Immediately I pictured her face and my heart dropped. I replied “no I didn’t” and waited for a response....[Read on]
Marshevet Myers' Blog: On to the Outdoor Season!
Hey everyone! I just wanted to update you all how things are going for me. I wrapped up my indoor season after competing at the Tyson Invitational and as usual, it was a great meet. As I sat down getting ready to warm up there, I reminisced on the years...[Read on]
Marshevet Myers & 2011 Tyson Invitational notes
Georgia junior Torrin Lawrence won the NCAA indoor 400m title in 2010 and had the third-fastest collegiate time ever with a 45.03 at the Tyson Invitational, but a hip flexor injury slowed him and curtailed his outdoor campaign. That injury is evidently a ...[Read on]