- Arman Hall
- Pembroke Pines, Fla.
- Saint Thomas Aquinas
2013: Anchored the 2013 NCAA Champion menís 4x400-meter relay to clinch the NCAA team title for the Gators, earning First Team All-America honors Ö Raced a then-collegiate best of 45.02 in the menís 400 meters, finishing third and tying Geno White (2000) for fifth all-time in Florida program history Ö Became just the 13th freshman in NCAA history to finish in the top three in 92 year of the event at the NCAA Outdoor Championships, joining former Gator All-America Tyrone Kemp (2nd Ė 1989) as the only other Gator freshman to earn a podium finish in the 400 at NCAA Outdoors Ö Earned a place on Team USA for the 14th IAAF World Outdoor Championships, finishing third in 45.01 Ö Ran a PR in the 400m semifinals of 44.82, becoming the sixth-fastest performer all-time in U.S. junior history Ö Hallís time is fourth all-time in Florida program history and was seventh-fastest in the world at that time Ö Hall is the youngest member of Team USA in the event all-time Ö Finished second in the menís 4x4 with a season-best time of 3:03.71 at NCAA Indoor Championships Ö Won the menís 400m with a personal-best time of 46.61 and also competed in the menís 4x4 at the Husker Invitational Ö Ran 46.67 in the menís 400 meters at the Alex Wilson Invitational, finishing sixth overall ÖClaimed second in the menís 200m at the Crimson Tide Indoor Opener with a time of 21.22 and ran the anchor leg for the menís 4x4 that won with a time of 3:07.59 Ö Came in fifth in the menís 400m with a then personal-best time of 47.23 at the Razorback Invitational and ran anchor leg for the menís 4x4 team that ran a season-best and world-leading time of 3:05.93 at the Razorback Invitational.
HIGH SCHOOL/PREP: Competed at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. The Raiders are the two-time defending FHSAA Class 4A State Champions and Hall is the two-time reigning state champion in the 400m. Hall holds personal bests of 10.64 (100m), 20.82 (200m) and captured the 2011 IAAF World Youth title in the 400 meters, recording a then-personal best of 46.01. Hall joined fellow Gator Najee Glass as a member of the sprint medley relay team that broke the world youth record at the IAAF World Youth Championships in 2011, running the anchor leg. Hall was the fastest 400 meter runner in the country in 2011 and 2012, according to Dye Stat. Hall claimed the silver at the 2012 IAAF World Junior Championships with a personal best of 45.39 in the 400 meters, before teaming up with the U.S. menís 4x400 to bring home the Gold on the final day of competition at MontjuÔc Olympic Stadium. Hall ran a 45.78 split on the anchor leg of the relay, crossing the finish in 3:03.99 to set a new junior-world-leading time for the top spot on the medal stand.