Track & Field
Jasmine Camacho-Quinn - Track & Field - University of Kentucky Athletics


  • position Hurdles, Sprints
  • class Junior
  • Hometown North Charleston, S.C.
  • High school Fort Dorchester

Personal bests – 60H: 7.59 | 100H: 12.40 | 200m: 22.69

– Three-time NCAA Champion – 100m hurdles (2016 2018), 4x100m relay (2017)
– Six-time SEC Champion – 60m hurdles (2017, 2018), 100m hurdles (2016-2018), 4x100m relay (2018)
– 12-time First Team All-America (2016: 100H, 200m, 4x100m | 2017: 60H, 100H, 4×100 | 2018: 60H, 200m, 4×100, 100H, 4×100, 4×400)
– No. 2 all-time on NCAA 100H list – 12.40
– 2016 Olympic Semifinalist (Puerto Rico) – 100H
– 2016 NACAC U23 Champion (Puerto Rico) – 100H

– 2016 SEC Freshman of the Year
– 2016 SEC Bronze Medal: 4x100m Relay
– 2016 SEC All-Freshman Team: 60H
– UK 100H Record: 12.40

– UK 100H Freshman Record: 12.69
– The Bowerman Semifinalist (2018)

2017-18 (Junior)
Outdoor – NCAA Champion in the 100m hurdles running 12.70 on a hail storm … SEC Champion in the 100m hurdles, running 12.40, No. 2 on the collegiate all-time list and .01 off the NCAA record … Ran on UK’s SEC silver medal 4x100m relay that ran 42.30, which is the No. 4 time in collegiate history and made UK the third fastest school in NCAA history … First Team All-America in the 100m hurdles plus on UK’s fourth-place 4×100 and 4x400m relays … USTFCCCA Southeast Region Runner of the Year … Won the National Relays … NCAA semifinalist in the 200m, after running 22.21wQ (+4.8), then good for No. 15 on the all-conditions collegiate all-time list in the first round at NCAA East Prelims.
Indoor – SEC Champion in the 60m hurdles … First Team All-America in a nation-leading three events: the 60m hurdles, 200m and 4x400m relay.

2016-17 (Sophomore)
Outdoor – NCAA Champion, running the second leg on Kentucky’s 4x100m relay … NCAA Silver Medalist in the 100m hurdles, running a PR in the final 12.68 (+1.6) to lose out on the title by .01 … SEC Champion in the 100m hurdles for the second year in a row … Also qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 200m
Indoor – SEC Champion in the 60m hurdles … Seventh in the NCAA 60m hurdles final … NCAA Championships qualifier in the 200m.

2015-16 (Freshman)
Outdoor – First freshman ever to win the NCAA 100m Hurdles Championship … Time of 12.54w (+3.8) in the NCAA 100m hurdles final was the fifth fastest all-conditions time in NCAA Championships history … Made the NCAA final in the 200m, placing eighth … Ran the second leg of UK’s NCAA fifth-place 4x100m relay … First team All-America in the 100H, 200m and 4x100m relay … Olympic Semifinalist … NACAC U23 Champion … Won the SEC 100H in a PR 12.69, which makes her the No. 2 performer in UK history … SEC-winning time was the second fastest in meet history (Kendra Harrison ran 12.50 in 2015) … First SEC freshman to win 100H conference title since 2011 (Jasmine Stowers – LSU) … Ranked No. 2 in the NCAA 100H for much of the season, and has lowered her PR to 12.69 … undefeated against collegiate competition in the 100m hurdles for much of the season including wins at the LSU Invitational, Virginia Challenge and Baldy Castillo Invitational … Finished second at Spec Towns Invitational in the 100m hurdles, only to professional Kendra Harrison who ran the fastest 100H season opener in history (12.36) … Ran a 200m PR of 22.93 in SEC Championships prelims to miss the final by two spots (11th overall) … SEC Runner of the Week on March 22, and SEC Freshman of the Week on May 3.
Indoor – Placed seventh and scored two points in the SEC 60H final … Ran a PR 8.22 to make the SEC 60H final.

Prior to UK
Joined UK’s accomplished corps of hurdlers with credentials as one of the nation’s elite prep competitors. Owned an all-conditions personal best time in the 100-meter hurdles of 13.33 (NWI) which was the 2014 fastest raw time in the nation amongst high school hurdlers. Her wind-legal best 13.55 ranked No. 2 nationally. As a high school junior at Fort Dorchester High School in North Charleston, Quinn won four state outdoor titles at the 2013 South Carolina Championships. In addition to the 100m hurdles in which she set the state record, Quinn claimed the state crown in the long jump, 100m and 200m. For her efforts at the 2013 State Championships, Quinn earned The (Charleston) Post and Courier’s high school track female performer of the year award. uinn also qualified for 2013 New Balance Nationals, where she earned All-American honors with a sixth place finish in the finals. Quinn finished 2013 as the No. 12 long jumper in the nation with a PR mark 5.98m/ 19’7.5″. She also owns a 100m PR of 11.90, which finished 2013 season as the No. 75 time in the nation. 

Quinn’s brother, Robert, is a defensive end in the NFL having played for the St. Louis Rams. He was 2013 PFWA Defensive Player of the Year, First-Team All-Pro and a team captain at the 2014 Pro Bowl.

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