Joseph Gray

You can only go as far as you think you can
Lakewood, WA Oklahoma State University Colorado Springs, CO

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Welcome, velkommen, bienvenido, benvenuto, jambo, Willkommen, bun venit, 歓迎!!! I'm a Runner, world traveler, shoe fanatic, watch fanatic, I love innovative ideas and abstract randomness, a big connoisseur of foods and currently a professional runner competing internationally! Here to share my journey and create history!


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U.S. men's team takes silver; Joseph Gray wins bronze at the 15th Long Distance Mountain Running Championships
Hoka One One Signs Ashley Brasovan & Joe Gray
Top U.S. Mountain Runners Announced for the 15th WMRA Long Distance Mountain Running Championships

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Joseph Gray

True to the mountains, Joseph's roots are in the Pacific Northwest, where he attended Lakes High School in Lakewood, WA. The thirteen-time USA National Champion and 2016 World Mountain Running Champion attended Oklahoma State University, where he earned a degree in Sociology followed by an advanced degree in Criminology. Now splitting his time training in Colorado Springs, CO and Tacoma, WA, Joseph continues to be a mainstay atop the podium worldwide. He is the first African American to win the USA Mountain Running…

About Joseph

  • Coach: Scott Simmons
  • Agent: Gray Boys
  • Favorite foods: Gnocchi ai Quattro Formaggi
  • Hobbies: Creating recipes, dancing, basketball
  • Dream vacation: Anywhere far away tucked into the mountains
  • Favorite place to compete: Switzerland or Norway
  • Favorite holiday: Christmas
  • Warm up song: Earth Wind and Fire songs
  • After competition indulgence: Chicago style deep dish pizza!


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Trail Climbs Sharply

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