ANGEE HENRY’S WORLD RECORD

What can you say about Angee?  I’ll tell you what you can say, “She’s the most durable and talented female athlete in Nebraska state history.”   And while she is fierce on the track she is one of the most kind and sweet persons you’ll ever meet.  Angee has run for either Team Nebraska or Run Guru Elite for well over a decade and that means the world to me.

A brief summary of Angee’s athletics excellence-

#9 all time Nebraska High School 200 meters (24.76, 1992)
#2 all time Nebraska High School 400 meters (55.36, 1993)
#10 all time Nebraska High School Long Jump (19′ 4 3/4″, 1993)
Bellevue West Hall of Fame

1996 NCAA National Champion Long Jump

2008 USA Club T&F National Championships
1st 400 Meters- 53.30
1st 800 Meters- 2:07.05

2009 USA Club T&F National Championships Performance of the Meet
1st 400 Meters- 53:18
1st 800 Meters- 2:08.12
3rd 200 Meters- 25.07

2010 Drake Relays
2nd 400 Meters- 51.89

2017 USA Masters Outdoor National Champion 400 Meters
2017 USA American Record Masters 4X100

2021 American Record and tying the World Record for W45 at this past weekend’s Herschel Neil Invite at Northwest Missouri State. Her indoor 200 of 25.44 was good enough for the overall win and broke Renee Henderson’s mark of 25.47 that had stood since March 6, 2010 at a meet in NY. Her time also ties the World Record set by Maryvonne Icarre in Faubonne France on Sept. 1 2011.

Not for the last time Angee, Giddyup!