From Paavo Nurmi dominating in 1925 to Carl Lewis setting a LJ world record in 1984 that still stands today, Taylor Dutch has you covered.
She is the first Penn student-athlete and just the 12th Ivy Leaguer to be honored since the award started being given annually in 1973. It honors former student-athletes for their successes on the field, in the classroom and in the community.
Miltiadis Tentoglou - the European LJ champ - will also compete.
Marty Liquori also makes the cut.
They both are more worried about promoting the sport and getting it back into the Olympics.