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The Cut Off, LA native and former Texas A&M Track and Field athlete now resides and trains in College Station, Texas.  Ty ranks as the  #11 all-time in the javelin throw in US history and missed the 2000 Olympic team by less than 4 feet.  The former Southwest Conference Champion and 2-time NCAA All American went on to coach under Mike Clark as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Texas A&M University.  After competing in the 1996 Olympic trials, Sevin went on to coach track and field at Oklahoma State University.  During his two years, the Oklahoma Cowgirl track athletes set 8 school records and proved to be a dominant force in the Big 12 Conference.  Sevin returned to coach the Texas A&M pole-vaulters in 1999.  Two Big 12 Conference Championships in the vault were won including 3 All American honors.  An Aggie record, 4 vaulters qualified for the 2001 NCAA Outdoor Championships. Sevin then relocated to the US Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, CA.  During his time there he was the only American javelin thrower in the IAAF top 50 World rankings in 2002 and went on to represent the US for the third time in International Competition. Sevin also worked with three vaulters who went on to finish in the top 10 in the US in 2003, including the 2003 Pan American Games Champion.  In August of 2003, Sevin moved back to College Station to reunite with former coach Juan de la Garza and pursue a birth on the 2004 US Olympic Team.

Athletic Accomplishments

Member 1990 National Championship Track Team LSU

Southeastern Conference Finalist Javelin and Decathlon 1990 -LSU

Southwestern Conference Finalist Javelin 1992,93,94 TAMU

SWC Champion Javelin 1994 TAMU

2-time NCAA All-American Javelin TAMU

3-time member US National Team 1993, 2000, 2002

#11 All time javelin throw in US History @80.16

2 time US Olympic Trials qualifier,

3rd in qualifying and 5th in final of 2000 Olympic Trials

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