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Jason Rouser

Jason Rouser
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Born 22 March 1970

Jason Rouser (born 22 March 1970) is a retired American sprinter who specialized in the 400 metres.

At the 1993 World Indoor Championships he finished sixth in the 400 metres[1] and won a gold medal in 4 x 400 metres relay. He won another relay gold medal at the 1997 World Indoor Championships.

At the 1996 Olympic Games he ran the 2nd leg for the American relay team that later won the final. He was thus awarded a gold medal.

His personal best time was 44.77 seconds, achieved in June 1996 in Atlanta.[2]

He is also currently coaching the Girls' Track & Field Team at Zephyrhills High School, Florida.


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