Kevin Littlejohn was the Sprint and Hurdle Coach for Collinwood High School, (Cleveland, Ohio), Girls’ Track and Field Team from 2000-2007. His duties included coaching the sprinters, hurdlers, vertical jumpers, strength and conditioning, and recruiting coordinator. While at Collinwood Littlejohn has developed the reputation as having one of the best teams in Ohio history.
In 2000 - 2007 Littlejohn has produced thirty-three Ohio high school All-Americans, seventeen state champions and six state team titles and national rankings. Currently Littlejohn has guided athletes to ten school records and many national rankings. His sprint squad has won the State of Ohio sprint relays thirteen times with twenty-three all-time state tournament top performances. Of those he has coached, Collinwood has placed hurdlers in both state tournament hurdle events every state meet during his seven years. Additionally, his jumpers have been top performers in the state meet with 2nd place being the highest position on podium. While at Collinwood Littlejohn developed the reputation as having one of the best teams in Ohio history.
Formerly, he served as Sprint and Hurdle Coach for the Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. Currently he is the Head Coach for the Revelation Track Club, LLC., coaching 2007 USATF Masters’ All-Americans Dorian Green and Derek McKinley. Prior to his assignment at Collinwood Littlejohn mentored 2000 Olympic medallist, Passion Richardson, (4 x 100m), whom he successfully coached to Ohio State titles in the 100m, (’90 – ’93), and 200m, (’91 & ’93).
As the first Four-Year Letterman at Cleveland Heights High School, (Cleveland, Ohio), and a graduate of Baldwin-Wallace College Kevin earned numerous awards and accolades during his track career. He is the MVP at the Sparky Adams Invitational, (4 years), and became an Ohio Athletic Conference Champion in the 100, 200, 400, 4x100 and 4x400 meter relay. As a sprinter, he was a three-time OAC
Coach - Track and Field Cleveland, OH